ken0062 I am using the “NFC_Disk_alternate.stl” found on Thingverse Here I believe that one has a larger hole than standard but found it to be a ideal compromise between not using a NFC disc at all and the genuine NFC disc that i bought
Hi Ken. Thanks for the 3D Printing file. I am entirely new to 3D Printing and do not own a printer. So I will either go to my local public library to print it, or have the UPS Store or Staples (an office supply and services store) print it. Question: What filament, resin, etc could/should I specify? Or do I just upload the file and set the machine to work? I am not asking for a primer on this (I wouldn’t trouble you with that); just need to know whether there are any 3D materials preferences that I should specify. Thanks again for your help with this.
And everyone: I’m confident that the NZ will work out to be a great grinder for me (after a break-in period, for both the machine and me). However, I do tend to drink medium-dark roasts more than light or medium-light roasts, and all of my coffee must unfortunately be decaf, so I do need a little help with grinding speed/time. I know that it will take longer to grind these beans even if I use a 3D disk with a slightly larger hole, but if we can get the beans into the burrs just a tad faster, especially at the beginning when the beans just don’t seem to be feeding through that small disk hole, that would be great. Additionally, the final grinds still take another 15 seconds to come out (after the grinding stops, based upon my view of the hopper and the sounds that I hear). So anything is worth a try.