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#21: Post by SylvainMtl »

TimEggers wrote:<image>

Mazzer Super Jolly and Quickmill Anita. Only thing I need is a Lever!
I only half recognize the Anita there. Did you upgrade the steam & hot water valves yourself?

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#22: Post by keno »

Here's my set up before we moved. Now that we're living in a rental condo I don't have as much space, but I can't complain given the recent real estate crash.

The machine is a semi-auto Valentina, Macap M4 grinder, Reg Barber tamper, the mat is heavy duty liner for a toolbox, and the knockbox surround I made.

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#23: Post by Kuban111 »

home sweet home
"azuca, azuca" Celia Cruz

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#24: Post by woodchuck »

Still looking for a place for the roaster :wink:


#25: Post by ebprod »

Another LaSpaziale Vivaldi S2

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#26: Post by john_K »

My ECM Michelangelo.......... (230 Volt - Plumbed in and out)


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#27: Post by espressme »

Hi folks,
Another update: Conti, thanks to Bill and mogogear! no thanks to UPS! 12 hours bash and polish to fix!

Dream,seek,find, repair,enjoy
richard penney LMWDP #090,

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#28: Post by Fullsack »

Astoria single group lever
LMWDP #017
Kill all my demons and my angels might die too. T. Williams

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#29: Post by TimEggers »

SylvainMtl wrote:I only half recognize the Anita there. Did you upgrade the steam & hot water valves yourself?
Nope they came standard when I ordered Anita. Looking now Chris offers a No-Burn Steam Wand upgrade for Anita, that's on my Christmas list for sure!
Tim Eggers
LMWDP #202


#30: Post by zarko »

Here is my setup:

La San Marco 85 + La San Marco SM 90 grinder