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Off to SCAA in Seattle

I will be attending SCAA in Seattle next weekend, walking the floor on Saturday and Sunday.  Will have more details to share and be on the hunt for potential alpha and beta testers of the grinder . . . .

Michael Teahan Leaves Espresso Part Source

After 12 years as a managing partner of Espresso Part Source in Van Nuys, CA, Michael Teahan has left that successful parts company to start a new venture as founder of Analogue, Inc.

Currently testing the new variable speed motors for the grinder

  09 Aug 2014

Currently testing the new variable speed motors for the grinder

The technology behind the new motor systems we are using in the grinder allow us to control how quickly the grinding burrs ramp up to speed, which results in less crushing and more precise cutting at startup.  We are also able to apply full torque across the entire speed range from 0 to 1000 RPM.  We think the ideal range is going to be in the are of 300 to 600 depending upon the application, the roast and the complexity of the coffee.