[Homeroast] Replace Mazzer grinders with Macap MD7
mckona at comcast.net
Sat Sep 13 13:11:16 CDT 2014
I never liked the Mazzer doserless implementations. We were tired of the
constant doser thwacking time and noise in busy setting and after months of
research picked up our first Macap M7D, chromed version from UNIC. Was very
very pleased with the first one, I'd put it head to head with a Robur grind
quality wise, and now have purchased 8 of them so far. I'll say they aren't
as "tank" like built as Mazzers but aren't flimsy either. Oh and cost
substantially less than a Robur doserless to boot. Grinding approx' 18g in
3sec directly into PF after simply pushing PF against button rocks. Specific
weight and time will vary by coffee of course, but to be specific the M7D at
the Roastery with Delirum currently set 2.65sec for ~17.5g dose.
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Subject: [Homeroast] Replace Mazzer grinders with Macap MD7
In the previous thread you mentioned "I've replaced most of my Mazzer
grinders with Macap MD7 at our coffee houses". Why did you switch?
When I was looking at buying a new grinder not many people spoke of the
Macap's. Are they now coming into their own or was is just a better choice
from a business perspective?
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