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cannonfodder
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#1411: Post by cannonfodder »

Walnut control set and knock box frame for a Rocket Cellini.

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#1412: Post by cannonfodder »

Coffee scoop in ironwood burl.

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#1413: Post by cannonfodder »

Quickmill Alexia parts in ironwood burl and a curly maple tamper handle.

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#1414: Post by ConFlatExp »

cannonfodder wrote:These little coffee ground stirrers (WDT tool) have been popular lately.
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the last small one looks pretty good

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#1415: Post by cannonfodder »

Little Macassar ebony and a walnut grinder bean hopper lid pre drilled for a decorative topper.

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#1416: Post by cannonfodder »

Had to re fit the Niche Zero base I made earlier. First one, so I expected a second fitting to get it correct. Had to remove about a MM from the outer edges and put more a bevel on the back. Also has a request for a magnetic, straight walled portafilter funnel so it would fit the close tolerances of the grinder.

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#1417: Post by cannonfodder »

Little more ironwood burl. Portafilter handle in a straight taper.

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#1418: Post by cannonfodder »

Ugly cloudy raining day out. Not the best photo opportunity. Ironwood burl set for a Decent DE1 espresso machine.

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#1419: Post by dak » replying to cannonfodder »

Those are beautiful!

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#1420: Post by davidhunternyc »

Hello Dave,

I just discovered your beautiful work. I am in the process of choosing a new espresso machine and I am considering the Olympia Express Cremina. The Swiss build quality is terrific but the overall look as a bit too purpose driven. I do think, however, it would look stunning with your woodwork. Besides the handles do you make wood side paneling also? Have you ever worked on a Cremina? I would love to see some photos. Thanks.