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Modified Popper with Chaff Collector by thirddayhomeroaster
ginny
Hi there thirdday!!

I cannot believe this has a popper in it's heart! Just fantastic form and functiion. Well put together, fine example home roaster work.

good luck,

ginny

yes, I can be nudged by chocolate, fine fresh roasted beans and maybe a beer!!

s:8s:8s:8s:8
 
thirddayhomeroaster
Here I cut the bottom out of the pickle relish jar to make a viewing chamber. The rolled edges on the top & bottom allow a very easy fit at the bean cup and the elbow-much more forgiving than the monin bottle I originally used.
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Edited by David on 07/29/2007 10:17 PM
 
thirddayhomeroaster
Here I made a holder from an insulation support. It keeps the glass chamber from falling out when I dump the beans in the bag. It had to contour around the inside of the popper.
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Edited by David on 07/29/2007 11:02 PM
 
thirddayhomeroaster
Here's a look at the guts of the roaster, and how the wire holder snakes along the inside to hold it in place securely.
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Edited by David on 07/29/2007 11:03 PM
 
thirddayhomeroaster
The chamber is removable so it can be cleaned. I keep the brown char stuff off so I can get a good look at the beans. Just pull the holder back a bit, remove the chamber, clean, replace.
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Edited by David on 07/29/2007 11:05 PM
 
thirddayhomeroaster
Here's my final entry. Note the collar I added above the cooling area in the chimney area to accomodate the extra glass. When I finished, I thought, "This is finished. There's nothing else I could do to it." Five minutes later PID's crossed my mind. I see another mod in my roaster's future. And just now, I thought, what about a high wattage dimmer switch from ebay to run the heating element instead of off-on? Or maybe just build a new roaster from scratch? No wonder this hobby is so addictive! Off to work on my friend's popper mod.
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Edited by David on 07/29/2007 11:07 PM
 
David
At thirddayhomeroaster's request, I have reduced the size of his photos to conform with our 500 pixel width limit.

David
 
David
I read your entry with great interest.

I really liked the way you controlled the ambient temperatures as well as the nifty chaff collector. I thought your article was very well written and I appreciated your sense of humor.

The only drawback that I found in the article was that it was hard for me to tell what you were doing from the pictures. By that I mean that it wasn't until I was on the second page before I got the Big Picture. Even then it was still a bit confusing because the starting picture and the ending picture were quite different. Maybe a diagram inserted early on would help. Hmm, that's a lot of words to describe what is truly a very minor point.

I really liked your entry. If I ever return to my native Michigan, I will definitely be setting out to make one of these. A necessary accessory it is.

Nice job. s:2
 
EddieDove
I wish I had this kind of talent ... :(

Your sheet metal work is superb, especially considering the Hi-Tech equipment you used (as mentioned previously). GrinGrinGrin

Great work!
Respectfully,

Eddie Dove

The South Coast Coffee Roaster
vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
Home Coffee Roasting Blog and Reference
http://southcoast...gspot.com/
 
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