So imagine two grinders which are the same, and the only thing that changes are the burrs. Imagine, for example, that a Niche could be fitted with the burrs of the Solo, and the Solo with the burrs of the Niche. Or, maybe a real world example, a Mazzer Super Jolly vs a Mazzer Kony.
Am I right in thinking that, with flat burrs, the range on the dial is a lot less for a particular brew method? So, for example, the range I have with my Niche is between 8 and 14, so, 6 marks. If it had flat burrs, would it be less, in the sense that any adjustments would become more sensitive? If so, would the adjustment collar threads need to change to be finer in the case of a Niche with flat burrs and likewise they would need to be made coarser for a Solo with conical burrs? And lastly, in the case of the Mazzers mentioned, are the adjustment threads different?
Reason I ask is that I was chatting to @HVL87 and he mentioned that the range on the eureka Oro for espresso is quite small, which got me thinking.
Sorry for the long post.