[Homeroast] Quest

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Mon Jan 13 21:59:19 CST 2014


I concur with Frank. The Quest M3 is flat out awesome. It isn't for
everyone due to total control. Nothing automated. Yes a shop could use it.
But a serious homeroaster will love it at first sight. You will probably
need to alter your will too, because it will probably outlive you if you
treat it right.


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> From: Frank Parth <fparth at me.com>
> To: Marias Sweet <homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com>
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> John,
> You were given bad advice.
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> I?ve had a Quest for about three years and love it. I have it wrapped in
> insulation and typically roast 250 grams at a time, one after the other. My
> GeneCafe has been stored in a closet since I got the Quest.
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> It does take more attention and will happily burn your beans if you get
> distracted. But you have much more control over the roast, especially if
> you hook a thermal probe into a computer (my garage laptop in my case) and
> use Artisan software to map the roast.
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> Frank Parth
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> On Jan 9, 2014, at 2:43 AM, John Monteleone <johnmonteleone at gmail.com>
> wrote:
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> > I have been considering purchasing a Quest to further my coffee roasting
> > obsession.  I have been using Behmor for a few years and I'm ready to
> take
> > the next step.  I was recently told by someone in the community that the
> > Quest was not really meant for home roasters.  They felt that it was more
> > for professionals who need a sample roaster.   Can anyone comment on
> that.
> > If I did get it, are there sample roast curves out there to help someone
> > new to a Quest.  Thanks for your help.
> >
> > John
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