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1/2 lb - Heat Gun Element - Tc4+ - Fluidbed Roaster
So update after a long while. Some built-in closets later and yeah just a long time. I just roaster my first batch on what I consider a viable machine.

I moved all the electronics to their own 3d enclosure and added a handle to the poppery so the work flow is actually really dang good. Now I just need to learn how to roast lol

idk what im doing... send help
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Edited by renatoa on 09/28/2022 1:26 AM
I do have an open question. Can someone explain ET and BT to me and where I need probes for either.

RightNow I measure BT with a thermocouple just above the beans when they are their highest. ET is a probe near air intake (reads ambient). I'm sensing that ET should be hot air in right before the lofted beans and BT should be "bean tempt" but actually is air temp within the lofted beans?
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