[Noisebridge-discuss] Ideas...Hacking the coffee peculators to work with our induction stove?
ashirai at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 09:37:44 PDT 2011
An induction cooker site recomments the Mauviel Induction Disc
(http://www.metrokitchen.com/product/mauviel-induction-disc) which, as
far as I can tell, is a stainless steel pizza shovel, something that
could be ho-jived cheaply. Cheap craigslist percolators is also very
logical and straightforward.
My flashier and possibly riskier idea is less so, but I'll jump at any
opportunity to work with fire, soooo...
I have silver solder, which is used in jewelry making and is a
lead-free silver alloy. So long as the pieces are filed so it is a
tight joint and the melting points of the two metals aren't lower than
that of the solder, it should be worth a shot. I'd need a propane
torch to hard solder, though.
What's the bottom of the percolator made of? The stove is an
induction cooker, right? If folks wanted to try it, I'd be happy to
give it a go.
On Sat, Jul 23, 2011 at 11:11 PM, Will Sargent <will.sargent at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 23, 2011 at 3:07 PM, Christina Olson <daravinne at gmail.com> wrote:
>> They are NOT HARD TO USE, entire offices worth of software engineers manage
>> to mostly not fuck up using them every day! And they make significantly
>> more coffee than a single countertop percolator.
> I take offense to this -- software engineers can fuck up anything,
> even a cup of coffee.
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