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Posted Wed Aug 22, 2007, 8:02am
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I love the pictures. If I were to dork out for a minute I wonder if you could use a naked portafilter to analyze each extraction.
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Posted Wed Aug 22, 2007, 8:27am
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Noblechic21 Said:

.... I wonder if you could use a naked portafilter to analyze each extraction.

Posted August 22, 2007 link

That is exactly what I do (for 90% of my shots).


Taking a trip down memory lane, I recall vividly the original posts about portafilter modification and I remember thinking

"...now that seems like a very silly thing to do..."

Funny, right?  

Then I decided to get a  modified portafilter myself, but only because I wanted to try using a triple basket.



LOL - the rest is history...

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Posted Wed Aug 22, 2007, 8:48am
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Noblechic21 Said:

I love the pictures. If I were to dork out for a minute I wonder if you could use a naked portafilter to analyze each extraction.

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Hi Stephanie,

Welcome to the Cofffeegeek forums! {:-)

The naked/crotchless/bottomless portafilter will improve your espresso shot consistency and quality & is/can be used as a Barista training tool also.

Here's some great information!: http://www.home-barista.com/naked-extraction.html
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