10-28-2013, 05:47 PM
Thanks Freddy. It has an odd label that i haven't yet cone across and any identifying marks on the underside are illegible. I haven't yet had a chance to mess with the adjustment knob to test how coarse or fine a grind I get, but I'm definitely looking forward to it!
10-28-2013, 05:50 PM
Oscar, when Johnny gifted me my Zassenhaus box grinder I used it as is and got the perfect grind for my AeroPress. On the one hand, I'm happy about that. On the other, I want to play but am afraid I'll never find this setting again.
10-28-2013, 06:45 PM
10-28-2013, 07:08 PM
(10-28-2013, 06:45 PM)ojinsa Wrote:(10-28-2013, 06:42 PM)celestino Wrote: Oscar, congratulations on the new grinder! You should take a pic of it in action, my friend! I don't think we will see any photos like that in a while!
I see what you did there Celestino...I'm wise to your tricks!
* Who, me! I just want to see that beautiful grinder in action with a good-looking gentleman showing that manual labour is still prized when you want a good thing!
10-28-2013, 08:13 PM
Adjust your knee mill to your hearts content. The worse that will happen is the adjustment knob loosens over time.If this ever happens you can fix it either by putting a rubber band under the adjustment knob of putting on some "lock-tite . Use the one that just tightens not the one that permanentlt freezes the parts together. The 2 lock -tite products are color coded, I just dont remember the color you use right now.For use in an aeropress or French press grind fineness is not desired you can go fairly coarse and still get a great cup of coffee. The aeropress and the French press are fairly forgiving.
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