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#1931: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Wenge and Zebrawood caps for KafaTek grinders.

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#1932: Post by Coffeechiro »

How much is a Kafatek cap?

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#1933: Post by patrickff »

cannonfodder wrote:Amboyna Burl set for a La Marzocco GS3-MP. This one was a bit of work
Wow! This is out of this world.
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Coffeechiro wrote:How much is a Kafatek cap?
Depends on the wood, but usually around $50. Email me at ineedespresso@sbcglobal.net
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Walnut cap for a KafaTek. Lots of Chatoyancy in the wood with the gloss finish.

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#1936: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

This was an interesting one. A Crem One Duo-V espresso machine. They have a somewhat unique steam/water valve control with a traditional valve stem mount. I had to change the design a little to get the factory center caps to work. All in olive wood with a satin finish.

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Curly maple and Walnut group cap for La Marzocco GS3 AV.

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I am giving up on waiting for some sun for a good photo. It has been cloudy/foggy/raining for 3+days.

Rancilio portafilters in Wenge and Macassar Ebony. You are relatively limited on the shape due to the design of the portafilter. The back of the handles are hollow with a fitted endcap to cover.

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Rocket R9-One group caps with integrated paddle controls in Olive and Walnut.

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#1940: Post by cannonfodder (original poster) »

Walnut portafilter and group stud for a Decent espresso. The owner requested a 'chubby' Slayer shape so it is a little fatter than normal. Also a lid for an Airscape coffee container.


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