Hi,

 

So I have been working on a little Mazzer Super Jolly Mod.   Just wandering if there is any interest out there for people to purchase this? See the brass funnel at the bottom of doser shoot.

 

I was thinking of a price point.... Like $5, just to cover my material and time.

 

As you can see, the brass aluminum has a nice look.  This thing really helps keep the grounds from going all over the place.  I will post a video if you think you want one.

 

Just wandering what your thoughts are.

 

Thanks

 

 

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I understand Dustin.   I underestimated everything.    Sorry.
No biggie, I like trying to recreate stuff the coffee world has come out with anyway. Right now im in the process of making "the 20 dollar scace device". Cause 250 or 300 is way to much for a thermocouple and flow re stricter.
Sexy. $20 is nothing. 3 pints of lager. 4 lattes. And how long do those things last? ;)
Twenty dollars is two much for a 2 square inch piece of aluminum(too me). But by all means Ruston if its not to much for you buy a couple of them. Like i said, the idea is still cool.
Agree 100%. The reason the Scace device(s) are so expensive is because people will pay that much instead of trying to reinvent the wheel. Same with the Fluke DMMs... I just bought a $30 digital multimeter from Sears and a $15 Type K thermocouple to measure temps. It's fast/accurate enough to work for me. IMO no tastebuds can detect .1 degree increments.  

Dustin DeMers said:
No biggie, I like trying to recreate stuff the coffee world has come out with anyway. Right now im in the process of making "the 20 dollar scace device". Cause 250 or 300 is way to much for a thermocouple and flow re stricter.
Awesome! If you need more k type thermocouples check ebay first, they are 2.50. They get shipped from Japan so it takes 2 to 3 weeks, I went ahead and bought a bunch cause having extras comes in handy. Also I found that just using a Styrofoam cup and a digital thermometer works just as well.

Shadow said:
Agree 100%. The reason the Scace device(s) are so expensive is because people will pay that much instead of trying to reinvent the wheel. Same with the Fluke DMMs... I just bought a $30 digital multimeter from Sears and a $15 Type K thermocouple to measure temps. It's fast/accurate enough to work for me. IMO no tastebuds can detect .1 degree increments.  

Dustin DeMers said:
No biggie, I like trying to recreate stuff the coffee world has come out with anyway. Right now im in the process of making "the 20 dollar scace device". Cause 250 or 300 is way to much for a thermocouple and flow re stricter.

The cup/digital thermometer does work fine as I have done that for several years, but can be a bit slow depending on the thermometer. One thing I noticed with my DMM is the lightning quick response with temp. readings.

 

 

 

 

I have been running some numbers.   I cant do anything about the shipping number.   The issue there is once you move away from an envelope to a box of any type the shipping charges get crazy.   But I have made an adjustment to the prices for the devices.

 

 Funnel ($7) + Cone ($7.50) + Shipping ($7) = $21.50 "Discount for buying both"

 Funnel ($7) + Shipping ($7) = $14.00

 Cone ($8) + Shipping ($7) = $15.00

 

I will ship out as soon as possible after receiving payment.  

Please email me your order at: mpscholle@yahoo.com

Thanks

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