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How to Make Coffee and Cappuccino Combo Machine?

espresso machines were invented in Italy
in the 1880s because even then nobody
would of coffee debris steam is used to
force highly pressurized hot water over
ground coffee to create a concentrated
drink in a matter of seconds a
revolution that’s been helping us get
through the daily grind
ever since making espresso coffee was
once an art but modern technology has
turned it into something of a science
today’s machines balance temperature and
steam pressure to produce an espresso of
consistent strength flavor and quality
production starts with computer program
tools that carve high carbon steel
sheets at different shapes
this creates parts that will be the
framework for the espresso machine
the tooling also cuts holes for screws
bolts and components like the steam tab
a frame control panel is then served up
to a hydraulic press machine
the press bends the panel to the correct
profile and creates taps for assembly
is the panel before bending and after
when all of the panels have been shaped
the framework is assembled
a container is attached to capture any
water runoff
meters are installed which will rekt
amount of water for different sizes of
espresso the base is now turned the
right-side up before the side framework
is screwed to it
the front panel is then attached to the
sides the machine’s framework is in
place next the group heads are installed
these are the parts that will shower
pressurized hot water through the ground
coffee valves to regulate the flow of
the water are installed these also
release any builds up pressure so that
the filter holders can be moved after
brewing
the group heads fit into slots in the
front of the frame work unless secured
to it with bolts
a copper and brass boiler is now placed
inside the espresso machine chassis and
connected to the water lines
the tap Eckstein to froth milk for
cappuccinos and also someone for making
tea heat exchanges on through the boiler
to supply the hot water for brewing
copper pipes are now connected to heat
exchanger outlets on the boiler and
linked through pets
the fitting for the hot water term is
now tightened
a pump that will pressurize the water is
now screwed to one side of the framework
the electronic components are now fitted
the control panel is mounted to the
front framework
a rubber trim is fitted to the
protruding steam levers before knobs
erotic to them
a heating element is now tucked into the
upper part of the machine
this will stacked on top which will help
the freshly made espresso stay hot for
longer the steel ESO machine is then
encased in polycarbonate molded panels
these plastic part and off the profile
of the machine
a steel drip tray is now seated under
the group heads rate is placed over the
heating element filter basket holders
are now added to the machine they’re
equipped with small wings which hopped
into the group heads
this espresso machine can now be put to
the test to confirm that there are no
leaks hydraulic circuit and that the
machine is in good working order and
after all that work surely it’s time for
a coffee break
I’ll have sugar in mine actually I love
both of those and some biscuits

Commercial Cappuccino Machines Buyers’ Guide

What is the difference between a home and a commercial cappuccino machine?

While espressos made using a home or commercial cappuccino machine will be of comparable quality, there are a few differences between these machines. Any establishment that wants to make cappuccinos must-have commercial equipment, as these are always NSF certified. Commercial cappuccino makers are usually much larger and able to make more beverages at once. They can also be installed and used for many years without needing to wire it or check the plumbing periodically. Home cappuccino machines are made of plastic to look aesthetically pleasing. On the contrary, commercial machines have steel bodies designed to withstand a high-paced kitchen environment; these won’t be easily knocked over by a waiter rushing past, are more durable and high-quality.

How to use a commercial cappuccino maker?

Start by measuring out the amount of ground coffee you will need, and transfer that amount to a portafilter. Use your finger to brush off any extras and then apply pressure on it with a tamper to flatten it out. Lock the portafilter into its place and put a mug under the spout. Select the beverage size and wait for it to flow out into the cup. Next, measure out some milk and pour it in a cup or a jug. Submerge the wand inside and turn on the steam. Continue frothing until the container is hot to touch. Purge the wand to let out any excess milk. Pour the milk into the coffee and serve.

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.