ES3, the single shot puller

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wouter
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Postby wouter » Dec 14, 2013, 7:59 am

Hello There,
It has been a while, but finally the new ES3 espresso machine is ready!
The CE certified machine will go into production at the beginning on January.

More information will follow

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Postby FotonDrv » Dec 14, 2013, 10:23 pm

Why is it necessary to hang onto the PF with such force while pulling the shot?
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Postby wouter » Dec 15, 2013, 6:16 am

Hello Stephen,

Good question.. You don't need to hold it.
Maybe it's because the machine is wall mount, otherwise your arm is just hanging there.. I find this more convenient. what should you do with your other hand? Normally you let it rest on the countertop, but there isn't one.
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Postby FotonDrv » Dec 15, 2013, 9:42 am

Thanks Wouter!

I like the simple, elegant lines of the machine and with simple comes reliability :D

What are the power requirements?
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Postby HB » Dec 16, 2013, 7:33 am

wouter wrote:Im starting this topic about my new ES2 prototype.

That was your introduction in ES2, the new single shot puller in 2012. And one and one-half years later...

wouter wrote:It has been a while, but finally the new ES3 espresso machine is ready!

Congratulations, but please keep in mind that your announcement really constitutes a commercial post, which is not allowed by the forum rules. See the site Terms of Service. However, since there is genuine interest, I will not delete this thread, but I do request that you review the site's guidelines on Vendor participation in the forums before posting again. Thanks.
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Postby RioCruz » Dec 16, 2013, 3:34 pm

That is a VERY COOL looking machine, Wouter! A modern version of the Caravel plus. VERY NICE! If you get a website up, please let us know.
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Postby fransg » Dec 16, 2013, 6:41 pm

RioCruz wrote: If you get a website up, please let us know.


http://espressostrietman.com

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Postby Arctic Mama » Dec 18, 2013, 3:01 am

It looks awesome!

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Postby wouter » Jan 02, 2014, 11:09 am

I find it quite a compliment that I got this project to a level where it is seen as a commercial post.
The development of the ES3 has been my full-time job for the past two years.
To stay independent and be able to decide all by myself which direction to take regarding design / function / technique was a decision which proved to be a hard one. Especially when you want to make it real and put something on the market which works flawlessly.
It is only because we live in this internet era that it has become possible to do something like this.
There is not a big company behind me, there is just me and a CNC metal engineer. But I find this a beautiful way to start off.
I am a big fan of open source, I want to share my knowledge through my machines. The main idea behind the project was to give an inside in the technique.
Working on espresso machines was always a hobby of mine, and it still is.
Reinventing and improving the technique of the lever espresso machines from the past era. Home-Barista was the main instigator and got me excited about it in the first place. And I am grateful for that.
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Postby espressotime » Jan 02, 2014, 11:20 am

Love the design of the machine.
Hope you get your company off the ground and running well and sell lots of them.

 
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