sarah kluth wrote:Something I've been wondering is if the grinder retains a constant weight each time the grinder is used, then would the flush (being approx 7 - 10g) provide a buffer for the next sample not only keeping the first ground cup accurate to what the sample is (it not representing the preceding coffee), but also buffering the what weight is retained thereby keeping the actual dose that falls in the cup consistent.
Brent wrote:pull the grinder to bits, you know you want to, and then you will have a better understandings as to where the coffe is hiding...
Jason Silberschlag wrote:i noticed my mazzer major shoots the coffee out of the chute much more than the conical burr grinder, so could there be a way to utilize this force to limit the amount of grounds left behind?
Deferio wrote:Nice! I tried that when I was at Carriage House...I started to worry that the thump would damage the hopper though.
Deferio wrote:Another issue would be that not all grinder hoppers have a flexible lid. Some have harder covers that don't get the "plunger" effect the flexible ones do.
Brent wrote:Deferio wrote:Another issue would be that not all grinder hoppers have a flexible lid. Some have harder covers that don't get the "plunger" effect the flexible ones do.
The harder ones are made that way to absorb the harder thump they require
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