Yesterday I received in the mail a broken iRoast2 from a very
generous list member.
Sadly, the glass roasting chamber was broken in transit, but that's
okay - I really only want the roaster for its body (call me shallow).
You can tell this was a well loved roaster by the "patina of use".
Anyway, I got the case apart, vacuumed out a bunch of chaff and dust,
and took lots of pictures.http://www.radioactive.org/iRoast2%20Teardown/Photos.htmlPlans are to build a manual controller for the iRoast2 first,
followed by computer control. Then comes the software, database for
roasting log, label printing, world domination!
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