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Topic: new roasting cabinet (6 msgs / 116 lines)
1) From: Thomas Pfau
I got tired of hauling all my roasting equipment out to the patio from 
the basement so I built a cabinet to store it in.  Pictures on my blog 
including some shots of my SC/TO.http://macguyver.nbpfaus.net/~pfau/blog/index.php?/archives/134-New-Coffee-Roasting-Cabinet.html-- 
tom_p
pfau --http://nbpfaus.net/~pfau/

2) From: miKe mcKoffee
Very nice!
 
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3) From: Thbull
Very nice, now it just needs to be modified a little...;)
several of my daughters sew, and I've seen the sewing tables that  
have the 'lift' for the machine to rise from the cabinet. Just a  
thought.
-AB
On Jul 9, 2006, at 4:09 PM, Thomas Pfau wrote:
I got tired of hauling all my roasting equipment out to the patio  
from the basement so I built a cabinet to store it in.  Pictures on  
my blog including some shots of my SC/TO.http://macguyver.nbpfaus.net/~pfau/blog/index.php?/archives/134-New-
Coffee-Roasting-Cabinet.html
-- 
tom_p
pfau --http://nbpfaus.net/~pfau/

4) From: Thomas Pfau
Thbull wrote:
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Cool idea.  I have to build another one so I can continue roasting with 
the SC/TO in the basement come cold weather.  I'll consider it for that 
one. :-)
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tom_p
pfau --http://nbpfaus.net/~pfau/

5) From: James House
Great job Tom.  I purchased this at Sears (on sale for 80 bucks) and it
works great for small spaces:http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/product.do?cat=Sheds+%26+Outdoor+Storage&pid165045000&verticalWN&subcat=Accessories&BV_UseBVCookie=YesMy cooling setup (fan, colander, springform) and electronics (temp, power
strip, etc) fit in the upper shelf, and the turbo oven and stir crazy fit in
the bottom shelf, with room to spare.  Leaves fold out on both sides giving
ample room to set everything up top, yet stores away in a compact fashion
and you can move it to a corner somewhere (its on wheels that can lock).
On 7/9/06, Thomas Pfau  wrote:
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6) From: Thomas Pfau
James House wrote:
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Looks cool but all I had to pay for was the hardware.  Everything else 
(plywood, wood boards, formica, paneling, paint) was already laying 
around the house - either scraps, demolition or unused new lumber.  It 
cost me about $30 I think.  At that, it looks twice as large as the 
Sears cabinet and probably a lot more sturdy.  And with all the money I 
saved, think how much green coffee I can buy!
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tom_p
pfau --http://nbpfaus.net/~pfau/


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