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Topic: "wb Coffee Bean Roaster" Help Request (4 msgs / 116 lines)
1) From: Robert Yoder
Greetings, Group O' Fellow Coffee-Fans,
 
Is anyone in the group using one of these programable "wb" small-batch roas=
ters?  I found parts of one and the base unit is still operable, but the gl=
ass roasting chamber and top are missing.  I would like to see if I can fas=
hion some kind of roasting chamber for it.  The glass chamber is about 2.5"=
 diameter at the bottom, about 3" diameter at the top, and the overall heig=
ht of the chamber is about 4".  If anyone has one of these, I would love to=
 have detailed photos; if not, can anyone steer me to a lamp glass place wh=
ich might have something approximate?
 
Thanks!
 
rrobert yoder
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check in your fridge-picikle jars, mayo, etc.  just google "how to cut a gl=
ass bottle" for detailed instructions. you can make any size you want.  the=
 curved edges allow you to control the diameter of the opening.  Basically =
scratch it with a glass cutter, heat it with a candle, plunge in a big bowl=
 of ice water, and snap, there you go.
Tim
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asters?  I found parts of one and the base unit is still operable, but the =
glass roasting chamber and top are missing.  I would like to see if I can f=
ashion some kind of roasting chamber for it.  The glass chamber is about 2.=
5" diameter at the bottom, about 3" diameter at the top, and the overall he=
ight of the chamber is about 4".  If anyone has one of these, I would love =
to have detailed photos; if not, can anyone steer me to a lamp glass place =
which might have something approximate?
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3) From: Robert Yoder
Thanks, Tim, for your suggestions.  I would think that a heat-resistant gla=
ss might be the thing.
 
robert> From: thirddayhomeroaster> To: homeroast=
ias.com> Subject: Re: +"wb Coffee Bean Roaster" Help Request> CC: robotyond=
er> Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 21:54:34 -0400> > check in your frid=
ge-picikle jars, mayo, etc. just google "how to cut a glass bottle" for det=
ailed instructions. you can make any size you want. the curved edges allow =
you to control the diameter of the opening. Basically scratch it with a gla=
ss cutter, heat it with a candle, plunge in a big bowl of ice water, and sn=
ap, there you go.> Tim> > ---- Robert Yoder  wrote=
: > > > > Greetings, Group O' Fellow Coffee-Fans,> > > > Is anyone in the g=
roup using one of these programable "wb" small-batch roasters? I found part=
s of one and the base unit is still operable, but the glass roasting chambe=
r and top are missing. I would like to see if I can fashion some kind of ro=
asting chamber for it. The glass chamber is about 2.5" diameter at the bott=
om, about 3" diameter at the top, and the overall height of the chamber is =
about 4". If anyone has one of these, I would love to have detailed photos;=
 if not, can anyone steer me to a lamp glass place which might have somethi=
ng approximate?> > > > Thanks!> > > > rrobert yoder> >=> > Climb to the top of the ch=
arts!  Play Star Shuffle:  the word scramble challenge with star power.> > =http://club.live.com/star_shuffle.aspx?icid=starshuffle_wlmailtextlink_oc=t> >> homeroast mailing lis=
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perhaps.  Mine do tend to crack a few times a year, but they are easy to fi=
nd and remake.  good band aid till you find the perfect fit.
Tim
---- Robert Yoder  wrote: 
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lass might be the thing.
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arias.com> Subject: Re: +"wb Coffee Bean Roaster" Help Request> CC: robotyo=
nder> Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 21:54:34 -0400> > check in your fr=
idge-picikle jars, mayo, etc. just google "how to cut a glass bottle" for d=
etailed instructions. you can make any size you want. the curved edges allo=
w you to control the diameter of the opening. Basically scratch it with a g=
lass cutter, heat it with a candle, plunge in a big bowl of ice water, and =
snap, there you go.> Tim> > ---- Robert Yoder  wro=
te: > > > > Greetings, Group O' Fellow Coffee-Fans,> > > > Is anyone in the=
 group using one of these programable "wb" small-batch roasters? I found pa=
rts of one and the base unit is still operable, but the glass roasting cham=
ber and top are missing. I would like to see if I can fashion some kind of =
roasting chamber for it. The glass chamber is about 2.5" diameter at the bo=
ttom, about 3" diameter at the top, and the overall height of the chamber i=
s about 4". If anyone has one of these, I would love to have detailed photo=
s; if not, can anyone steer me to a lamp glass place which might have somet=
hing approximate?> > > > Thanks!> > > > rrobert yoder> >=> > Climb to the top of the =
charts!  Play Star Shuffle:  the word scramble challenge with star power.> =
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