Yes. The Sette 30 is built with a “non-volatile memory”, which means that the setting is saved on the display board so that the number will remain in memory regardless of power supply.
The Sette’s cone burr is shimmed in order to reduce the distance between it and the ring burr. This is done because the Sette, after an initial seasoning period of 8-10 lbs, will grind coarser overall at each setting. Adding a shim under the cone burr moves the grind range back, allowing for fine grinding
We have produced a new hook that extends further forward so that when grinding into small portafilters, the grinds land closer to the center of the basket instead of towards the front. This makes the weight based dosing more consistent and creates less of a mess. These are free of charge. Please contact email@example.com and
The difference in the burrs as you can see in the image is that the BG burr upper teeth (cutting surface) (photo on the right), is flatter than the AP burr which has sharper pointed upper teeth (photo on the left). This variation in the cutting surface of the burrs is what creates the grind
The Sette has two safety interlock switches which, when not engaged, will stop the motor from engaging. If your grinder’s display is on and counting/reading live weight but not grinding, then please try the following: -Remove and replace the hopper, ensuring that it is fully secured in the clockwise position. -Remove and replace the adjustment
Check out this blog, posted 4/6/17 on the subject of grinding with the Sette burrs Looks can be deceiving: dialing in with the Sette burr
The 270W scale is sensitive to vibration and rocking motions. The durometer of the 270W feet has been altered, making the feet softer so they do a far superior job of dampening vibration that causes scale issues such as inaccuracy, multiple tare cycles and brief run times. Additionally, the rear foot may not make adequate
If, after removing the lower burr/adjustment assembly, you are unable to reinstall it – its as if the parts are not inserting far enough to seat properly, it probably means that there is an accumulation of coffee grounds preventing reinstallation of the lower burr/adjustment assembly. Follow this easy step to clear the coffee.
If you notice your micro adjustment ring moving toward the coarse direction you can correct this by simply tightening the three screws on the bottom of the adjusting ring. To do this, remove the adjusting ring and burr and turn it over to see the screws, tighten the screws up a little (maybe a 1/16
Yes it is possible to calibrate the grinder finer for espresso with the addition of some shims, which are included with your grinder. If you did not receive a package with shims please email Support@Baratza.com. We will send you a pack with instructions for installation and usage. Currently, we do not recommend calibrating the Sette for coarser
This grinder was designed using the weighing technology of Acaia, giving precise and accurate weight based dosing, with the revolutionary ability to grind by weight directly into a portafilter, a first for the home espresso enthusiast! In addition, the 270W will be available in the future with Bluetooth capabilities designed by Acaia (not Baratza) to monitor, log and
Yes, we have re-designed the arms and the portafilter hook, since the initial tester Settes, to accommodate portafilters from sizes 49mm to 58mm. The rubber sleeves on the arms are fully rotational allowing you the option to position them in a way that best suits the tool/brew-method you are using – portafilter, grounds bin, Hario, Kalita
We’re excited to announce the availability of a 2nd burr for the Sette Series! Since we first designed the Sette Series, we’d always had it in our minds to offer multiple burrs and we now have made that happen – one optimized for espresso and the other for brew/filter. The Sette 270 and Sette 270W
Aggressive helical grooves cut into the top of the rotating outer ring burr are what actively pull beans down between the burrs, while another helical compressor ring at the base of the rotating ring burr gathers the resultant grinds and compresses them slightly while guiding them out, which helps dissipate static charge. “You need coffee
We use ABS plastic for the bin which is food safe, the plastic does have IDP properties. Years ago we used an anti-static coating on the bins that would decrease in functionality over time and could also decrease in functionality from being washed. However, we currently use, and have been using for 9 years, ABS
Grinding coffee is an inherently messy business and we’ve done what we can to reduce discharge on your counter. With most coffee beans the static on the Sette is very minimal. Certain coffee beans can be much worse than others. We have two approaches to dealing with the mess. One is we are continuing to
Yes, the Sette is a bit louder than some of our other grinders and we don’t recommend you sitting it next to your sleeping partner when you want to grind coffee! However, the reason for this is really the components we have used to best meet the price point we were after. If we loaded
No, because it would require a total redesign of the weight system and adjustment, due to the gaps we deliberately designed for the scale to “float” and the adjustment ring/grinding mechanism to be isolated from the structure for noise. Both of these areas are considered “splash zones” so the gap limit is VERY small.
The motor is the limiting factor in duty cycle and life expectancy. The Motor of the Sette is rated for 150 hours. A double shot of espresso (18gr) takes about 5 seconds of grind time. If you make 10 double espressos per day, the grinder will last 24 YEARS. If you make 100 double shots/day,
The Sette was designed for a maximum of 2 lbs (1 kg) per day, with an espresso duty cycle of 10%. We want to remind everyone buying the Sette grinder that it was designed for home use (short duration grinding). The Sette grinds fast and has a consistent grind profile. As a result, some professionals
Having troubles with hopper installation?
Having trouble with hopper installation?
Not grinding consistently, or does not have a full grinding adjustment range.
The unit is grinding coarse regardless of the grind setting
The unit grinds fine regardless of the setting, grinds slowly, or the beans do not feed
Not grinding consistently, or does not have a full grinding adjustment range
Display works normally, motor won’t power on
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