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Postby espressotime » Jan 19, 2014, 4:52 pm

kowalej wrote:Wouter needs to make himself a sexy little tamper to match the rest of that equipment instead of that silly little plastic thing :D.

That tamper is a statement.

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Postby beer&mathematics » Jan 19, 2014, 4:58 pm

espressotime wrote:That tamper is a statement.


Which is...?
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Postby doubleOsoul » Jan 19, 2014, 5:25 pm

kowalej wrote:Wouter needs to make himself a sexy little tamper to match the rest of that equipment instead of that silly little plastic thing :D.


That's a puzzler alright. I was trying to figure out if he's making a statement on the equipment quality or something.
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Postby wouter » Jan 19, 2014, 5:29 pm

Hello there.

Thanks again Frans, for the beautiful story!
I know.. the plastic tamper is a disgrace...
Been neglecting the tamper issue for quite some time.... I urgently need to get myself to the Lathe, and make some proper samples!
But a custom tamper will come standard with the ES3, and it won't be plastic!
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Postby beer&mathematics » Jan 20, 2014, 12:35 pm

wouter wrote:But a custom tamper will come standard with the ES3, and it won't be plastic!


Hehehe that's a relief--I thought the statement was you were going to do the same thing Italian makers did...offer a plastic tamper! :lol:
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Postby zix » Feb 01, 2014, 6:58 am

Mmmm... Yes.
I could live with such a machine. Wallet emptied, order made. Now planning the rest of the rig @ work and how to mount it to the work bench instead of the wall. It shouldn't be too hard, my main problem with that is that I keep getting too many "cool" design ideas for the bench mount...

Was gonna get an HG-1 for the savings, here's hoping that they will be making them next year too...
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Postby Gary S. » Feb 01, 2014, 11:21 am

wouter wrote:Been neglecting the tamper issue for quite some time.... I urgently need to get myself to the Lathe, and make some proper samples!


Wouter, better than the tamper would be a nice stand to hold your beautiful machine... for all the world to see on a countertop! :)

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Postby CoruscatingCoffee » Feb 01, 2014, 11:25 am

I think the music is Herbie Hancock on Blue Note with Dexter Gordon. It is Herbie's first album, Taking Off, with Watermelon Man.

I want one of those ES3s.
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Postby deus-ex-machina » Feb 02, 2014, 2:12 am

The machine looks superb -- congrats and well done Wouter!

Has anyone got one yet? If so, how are you finding it? I might have to try and get my hands on one when I move to Europe later this year i think :D

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Postby MaKoMo » Feb 02, 2014, 5:03 am

CoruscatingCoffee wrote:I think the music is Herbie Hancock on Blue Note with Dexter Gordon. It is Herbie's first album, Taking Off, with Watermelon Man.


Yep, thanks Frank for the hint. I was off. It's Driftin' by Herbie Hancock from 1962. Let's assume this does not refer to the temperature stability of the machine;)
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