New Kinu grinders - Page 39

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renatoa

#381: Post by renatoa » Jan 04, 2018, 5:53 am

GlennV wrote:The only other grinder that I know uses the same burrs as the M47 is the Bezzera BB005. Do you know of any others?
Nope, they aren't the same, check here the BB005 burrs:
http://mblogthumb3.phinf.naver.net/2013 ... if?type=w2

Kinu burrs are much closer to Casadio Instantaneo burrs, which we used in my Porche47 home made grinder. They are manufactured by same Italmill.
http://www.cateringparts.ie/images/prod ... 251110.jpg

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Cafillo

#382: Post by Cafillo » Jan 04, 2018, 6:46 am

GlennV wrote:The only other grinder that I know uses the same burrs as the M47 is the Bezzera BB005. Do you know of any others?
Check this page... there is at least Lido 2:
Feldgrind grinder for espresso and pourover?


And the smaller burrs from ital mill (M38) are used in some:
User Experience: Helor 101 Hand Grinder

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HB
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#383: Post by HB » Jan 04, 2018, 10:08 am

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