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Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
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#1: Post by mkane »

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Hello folks. I've been toying with designer and mapped out a graph. I would like critique on the points chosen please.

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#2: Post by false1001 »

What kind of coffee is this for? What are you trying to get out of it? What is the batch size?

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#3: Post by drgary »

Also the data points you've put in and your ability to meet them and get good results depend on the characteristics of your roaster.

Similar to you I am learning to use Artisan Designer and am finding I need to tune its programming to my roaster's characteristics and results in the cup.
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#4: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

There is a video linked on the Quick Start Guide that may help with learning.

https://artisan-roasterscope.blogspot.c ... igner.html
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#5: Post by mkane »

Thanks for the replys folks. Bean is a DP Rwanda, 360g. Michael, I watched the video thanks. Something else to play with and if I can come up with a profile I can meet I would imagine it could only get better. I put together another profile and chased it until drop. This smell good, darker than I would go for myself but my wife likes it very dark.


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Should I add some smoothing? thanks

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#6: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

Another thing you can do now is run Analyzer and then switch profiles, and save that X2 curve created by the analysis to use as a background roast.
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#7: Post by mkane »

What do you make of this? Still very Greek to me. I can't make the small window go away to see what's underneath.

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#8: Post by mkane »

Adjustments made to smoothing, etc. Does it appear I need to charge hotter? TP is almost always around the same time no matter what charge temp is. If I charge much hotter ROR goes through the roof.

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#9: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

mkane wrote:What do you make of this? Still very Greek to me. I can't make the small window go away to see what's underneath.

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You drag the smaller window. Artisan will remember it next time.

.21 MSE BT is ok. Try to lower it. Where ABC/sec are higher than one you have an issue to look at. During that interval you were consistently pretty far off the ideal curve.
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#10: Post by mkane »

I'm probably in over my head trying to get this right. This is a different roast.Image