Re: [Distillers] New file uploaded to Distillers
- Hi Alex
Considering you took my one and only contribution to the system and then
copyrighted and trademarked what is essentially the research and
experiments of two other list members, Riku and Johan, I don't think
I'll bother. Since you didn't acknowledge my suggestions originally or
now (but helped yourself to them for your redesign), and have complained
about your post being completely ignored, well, sheesh...
Have lots of fun in your own wee sandpit! I sure as s#@t won't bother
helping you fine tune it.
>Here we go again...
>Dear Members of this Group!
>While thinking to build ARC_STILL from scatch I decided to "simplify things." Why? Because I am lazy. This new scheme promises much less labor. I am in no way an expert on theoretical distillation and I am humbly asking someone with greater powers in this tricky field to evaluate the pictures. Some minor details will be addressed at a later time (bottom overflow drain). Mostly the principle is in question. People, please, let me know if I dream up or this is a good thing to build. With throbbing respect I am praying to both Mikes to just look at it. My first concoction was completelly ignored and now I think I am not worthy. Pretty please with whipped cream and a cherry on top? I also humbly asking forgiveness, kneeling and facing the floor, for anything bad I said, wrote, published and disregarded. Be merciful oh people of this electronic community! I bring in my hands the olive branch.
>P.S. For those who don't know me -- please scroll down and become familiar with my sign off.
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Description : pumping mash with compressed air
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