[Noisebridge-discuss] Ideas...Hacking the coffee peculators to work with our induction stove?
girlgeek at wt.net
Sat Jul 23 23:56:39 UTC 2011
Maybe this will work.
1. Put the perculator in a frying pan of the type of metal that will
work on our stove.
2. Put a small amount of water in the pan to keep things from getting
3. Turn on the stove and go for it.
On 7/23/2011 2:36 PM, Robert Chu wrote:
> Hello Noisebridge,
> we have two coffee peculators (device that has a bottom chamber to
> fill with water, a filter in the middle, and a top chamber that coffee
> pours into), they are Noisebridge's most used coffee apparatuses.
> Before they were used with a burner that is being removed due to
> potential safety risks (completely understandable).
> Does anybody have an idea in which we can make them work with our
> stove? They do not work because they are a different type of metal
> that is not compatible.
> My thoughts on this would be to weld a piece of metal that is the same
> to the bottom of them that is compatible. Unfortunately, I know next
> to nothing about welding, nor do not posses the equipment to do so.
> Feel free to join in and help brainstorm.
> - NOISEBRIDGE NEEDS COFFEE PECULATION (they only recieved more usage
> then that dang most awesome espresso machine).
> P.S....... Another reason why it would be cool to get these working
> working with our stove, is to have the ability to teach coffee making
> work shops... And I once again can not under-emphasis the fact that
> NOISEBRIDGE NEEDS COFFEEE. :-D
> Cheers Rayc
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