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Topic: Nice looking homemade roaster (10 msgs / 176 lines)
1) From: Douglas H. Boutell
Nice workmanship on the gas roaster.
Doughttp://home.anet.net.tw/kuanho.li/index.htmhttp://home.anet.net.tw/kuanho.li/process.htm

2) From: Erik Gilling
boutelld wrote on Thu, 29 December 2005 15:02
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Umm.... wow!

3) From: Bob
makes me feel like a Neanderthal with my SC/TO - that is a piece of art!
Thanks
bob

4) From: mIke mcKoffee
Nice is putting it mildly! Now if I could only read the directions;-)
miKe 
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5) From: Jared Andersson
I want it!  I want it! I want it!  NOW!  Sorry I live with a two year old
and sometimes express myself like her.  That is so very pretty.  it is just
what I would have designed and made if I was smarter, more creative and
actually productive.  How do I buy it?  Jared
On 12/29/05, Bob  wrote:
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6) From: Alchemist John
Did anyone notice picture 8 in the process link?  Plunk.  Very funny 
after all the sharp work that went into it.
At 18:00 12/29/2005, you wrote:
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John Nanci
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting , Blending & Espresso pulling by Gestalthttp://www.chocolatealchemy.com/

7) From: tom ulmer
Yes. I guessed the forced air thing was an afterthought. You suppose it
makes for more efficient chafe removal?

8) From: Wandering John
I thought I'd be clever and fired up the Linux version of Mozilla and hit
the Translate this page button.  Oops!  Its a PDF file.  I dropped a note t=
o
them in Taiwan to see if it is a commercial unit (has that look with the
polished finish) and will post anything I get back.
The only bothersome thing is that they are using a timer to profile - but i=
t
looks like the heat source is variable.   And I'm wondering about the
direction of airflow on that last minute fan.  But the whole thing is sure
gorgeous!
John - loving life in the slow lane
On 12/29/05, mIke mcKoffee  wrote:
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9) From: Scot Murphy
On |Dec 30, at 9:47 AM|Dec 30, tom ulmer wrote:
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Myself, I use zinc oxide ointment for chafe removal.
Scot "hope that explains a lot" Murphy
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  "I think that in the face of power, the sacred principle of liberty  
is also necessary. I think that one must utter a warning with a  
severe and courageous voice to the power that exploits instead of  
sacrificing itself. Words are made to be a barrier that is used to  
resist force; they are the grains of sand on which waves of the sea  
are broken."
              -- Frederic Ozanam, letter dated July 21st 1834

10) From: Gene Smith
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Aww, Scot...do the manly thing and just burn that chafe off.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston


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