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Hello from DFW Texas
Swiftflow
New to the board and excited to get started trying to roast a bit. Found your forum from researching a bread machine setup and have a system built but not quite ready as I am running into issues with the paddle moving up (will have to figure out how to do a set screw) Anyway, looking forward to roasting and talking roasting!
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jkoll42
Welcome!

Drill, tap, set screw or if you want to do it lazier drill, cotter pin. No judgement either way from me ThumbsUp
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Swiftflow

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jkoll42 wrote:

Welcome!

Drill, tap, set screw or if you want to do it lazier drill, cotter pin. No judgement either way from me ThumbsUp


Had not thought of the cotter pin option--thanks, I will try the set screw option as I ordered the stuff on amazon, but this gives me a plan B. With the current bypass I put in removing all the original circuits the thing is just fast RPM. Not wanting to invest in a Variable speed drive or rig a bigger wheel to turn on the belt system, I will see how the set holds at the rapid speed. Hopefully there is no downside to moving the beans at 120 rpm versus the ideal 60-70 rpm.
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Another Welcome! Thanks for Joining.
You're in good company roasting in a bread machine as we've got more than a few Corretto users here from the Land Down Under.

Post often,

Allen
1/2 lb and 1 lb drum, Siemens Sirocco fluidbed, presspot, chemex, cajun biggin brewer from the backwoods of Louisiana
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Welcome
So many beans; so little time....
SmokNmirz
Welcome and enjoy you coffee roasting trip. I have been roasting for about 5 years and have had a lot of fun, not to mention frest beans when I need them!
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