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Topic: Take a look at this roaster... (16 msgs / 276 lines)
1) From: Brett Mason
I can't imagine nobody does.  You might try Martin Diedrich...
Brett
On 4/28/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)  wrote:
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2) From: Bob
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Hey Dennis, you could roast your whole stash in an hour with that baby!
bob

3) From: Lynne
That is one pretty baby!
L.

4) From: Floyd Lozano
Yeah, 24 lb roast capacity is some 'side biz' ;) Given that their home
roaster starts at 3800, I'm guessing it's not cheep either.  Probably the
paint job that takes it over the edge!
As for who has experience with one...http://sweetmarias.com/roastercomparisonchart.htmlAsk Tom!
-F
On 4/28/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)  wrote:
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5) From: raymanowen
Hell's bells! I had several probemats for a Hewlett-Packard test set but
couldn't do any roasting on it... -ro

6) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
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Does any one have any experence with one of these? 
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FC1(SW/AW) Dennis W. True
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USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)
FPO AE 09532-2830
HG/DB and Z&D roasting in the IO
 "On station and on point 25 and counting down..." 

7) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
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you are correct!....I'm thinking of starting a lil side biz and I am
looking at upgrading from the Z&D in to something a bit larger.....
 
Dennis

8) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
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Ahh I had forgotten that Tom had a Detrick.  I know he roasts on a
Probat... I keep forgetting about Ohio.

9) From: Aaron
You are looking at probably 15 grand for that thing.  their small one 
for home roasting runs about 3500 dollars.
You'd probably be just as well using a RK drum setup.  Lot cheaper, and 
you can still crank out multi pound batches in it.  Not to mention there 
is a wealth of information on that here on the list.
aaron

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hey dennis, is the one you are going to mod for the homeroasters.org building contest?
you go guy!
ginny
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11) From: Jason
Their home roaster looks pretty cool.  Course you better be very serious
about your roasting to buy a $4000 roaster.

12) From: raymanowen
If the Diedrich is in running condition now, modding it would be like
installing an adaptor on your Maserati that will allow it to burn water.
I wouldn't mind modifying one, however, to cause it to exist here!
Of course, Jeffrey Pawlan might breathe on it to make it more efficient in
the small batch sizes for the machine...
Cheers -RayO, aka Ooa!
Man, what are you waiting for?
On 4/28/07, pchforever  wrote:
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13) From: raymanowen
PS- if you're not that serious about roasting, Why Roast? If you're only
Half-Serious, get the Diedrich at the beginning so you won't ever have
bother with the roaster again.
If it's just a Thing, *$ has your coffee.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
-with room.

14) From: George Birchard
True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
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And it runs on house voltage, 110 Volts!

15) From: raymanowen
"And it runs on house voltage, 110 Volts!"
Not to worry, if you have an electric range, you have "220v."
Even without an electric range, clothes dryer or water heater, you likely
have "220v." -ro
On 4/30/07, George Birchard  wrote:
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"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the Mighty
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16) From: Jason
Has anyone ever played with the Diedrich home roaster, or seen reviews on it?


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