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Topic: The Great Taiwanese Roaster (4 msgs / 72 lines)
1) From: Wandering John
A couple of days ago we were all ogling the beautiful looking roaster that
was posted in Taiwan.  A friend in Taiwan who was once a regular on the lis=
t
gave me his translation of the web pages.  The page is posted in Traditiona=
l
Chinese as opposed to the mainland use of Simple Chinese - so my friend was
a bit reluctant to post the exact data - but gave me all we need.
The roaster was built as a project by a teacher in an industrial high schoo=
l
(wouldn't we love to attend some classes?) and the shiny stainless steel wa=
s
purchased as such on the open market and then cut with a laser.
Model number: Huky 300 (Huky means -my beloved dog ),
It is optimized for 300 gram loads
The cooking platform is gas fueled
they roasting 150-350 gram/batch
The power source is  24V
Drum rotation speed: 39 rpm (input: 100-240V, 1.8A, output: 20V, 3A trans)
Material: super shining stainless steel from market and cut by laser.
         drum thickness: 2.3mm stainless steel with mesh hole. Dual
         mixing vane.
Handle: wooden handle.
Exhaust Fan: 6" casting fan with dimmer control.
Temperature indicator: 300 degree C dial gauge. It is possible to add
digital temperature for more accurate temp. reading.
The roast can be dumped in about 2 seconds by tilting the roaster
The teacher has applied for a patent so it is possible that it will be
offered some time in the future- although according to my friend there has
been absolutely no mention of a future product.
There ya go gang.
John - drinking a monkey blend made in MY Taiwanese roaster :-)

2) From: Justin Marquez
On 1/1/06, Wandering John  wrote:
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John - Thanks for getting a translation.  What does the above stuff mean?
Why was he reluctant?
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.com

3) From: Wandering John
He was being polite to the author who had not asked him to translate.
Respect is paramount in a Chinese relationship.  Apparently he is an
acquaintance of the teacher and didn't want to speak for him.  I would love
to see more of that civility n our culture!
John
On 1/3/06, Justin Marquez  wrote:
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4) From: Justin Marquez
On 1/3/06, Wandering John  wrote:
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John - Ah! That answers the question.  You are so right - a little more
civility would go a LONG way!
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.com


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