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SomersetDee

#3891: Post by SomersetDee »

Gone back to Gaggia Deco from a Gaggia New Baby. More cluttered than ever.
I have recently aquired a Strada for a business venture. Till I open the business, I wonder if I can connect the La Marzocco in our kitchen rather than leave it idle. It is even bigger than the Deco. So I am not sure.

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thecatch83

#3892: Post by thecatch83 »

Great set ups everyone.....

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FotonDrv

#3893: Post by FotonDrv »

Dee, you have a lot of gear in that space! Nice to see another coffeeholic :D
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Rheas

#3894: Post by Rheas »

Okay. A teensy bit of a joke post, but this baby does make good espresso. :)

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drgary
Team HB

#3895: Post by drgary »

I can vouch for it. Ray pulled shots with this breadboarded contraption in Portland. Or is that your office setup, Ray? (Don't tell me John let you take it home.) :shock:
Gary
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What I WOULD do for a good cup of coffee!

Rheas

#3896: Post by Rheas » replying to drgary »

Heehee. The first prototype (from Portland) lived in my home office. This one is currently in my office office. We're working on a production-worthy version of this prototype right now.

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cycomachead

#3897: Post by cycomachead »

I recently got a Linea Mini and have been fixing up an older, beat up Robur. I took it to a local autobody shop who did an awesome job!




And yes, I used to be a nespresso drinker... :oops:

Beaniac

#3898: Post by Beaniac »

Well you made a massive leap forward, great setup!

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FotonDrv

#3899: Post by FotonDrv » replying to Beaniac »

+1 outstanding setup, now the mods begin....
That Light at the End of the Tunnel is actually a train

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cycomachead

#3900: Post by cycomachead »

Thank you both! One of the things I have learned from photography is that if you have a goal and you can afford to save up and wait then it's often cheaper to buy once, at least if you have a habit of hanging on to old gear. I definitely plan on passing the LMLM on to some family in many years!

This forum has been an amazing resource over the past couple years I've been lurking. The mods to the robur are definitely in progress. :lol: