MCR Roast Path - Path to Artisan isn't easy - Page 2

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

Any chance you would be willing to share your settings? I've tried connecting my 2022 500g several times with no luck.
daustin777 wrote:I received my MCR 500g in Sept 2020. I think it may have been one of the first batches without Phidgets. I had to do research on MODBUS and through trial and error with settings in Artisan, I got it running.

daustin777
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#12: Post by daustin777 »

I'm running Artisan on Linux so I had to do some extra stuff concerning the drivers, IIRC. I'm guessing Windows or Mac probably don't need the extra steps. Artisan docs will have this info. The "Comm Port" setting may be different on your machine and may auto-populate. I can't remember.

Here are my settings:

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MaKoMo
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#13: Post by MaKoMo »

The Path to Artisan just got a little easier!

I added machine setups for most of the MCR roasters to the current development builds of Artisan.

For example, you find the setup of Dave from the previous post under menu
Config >> Machine >> Mill City Roasters >> Standard Control Panel (Delta)
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Please report if any of those works for you!

daustin777
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#14: Post by daustin777 »

Speaking for current and future MCR owners, thanks for this. I'll test it on my next roast session, though it will not be until after the holidays.

Thanks!
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azfurniss
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#15: Post by azfurniss »

This is great to see! I'll check this out as well and report back.

Lob Zany
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#16: Post by Lob Zany »

Thank you.

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#17: Post by Lob Zany »

it's working great.! Cheers