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So the new Mignons are really good at anti clumping....

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has anyone figured out how to mod their mk2 or older for the same effect?

 

They look, from the outside, pretty similar / identical in the way the coffee is despensed so I am guessing there is some kind of voodery in the chute to stop clumping?

 

The clumping on mine is annoying when I go too fine. Having dyspraxia means I end up spilling coffee everywhere trying to stir it with a cocktail stick...


 

 

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Well, there is a little clump crusher in the newer Mignon models that looks quite similar to this: https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/espresso-grinders/eureka-zenith-olympus-clump-crusher.html

 

Actually, here is how it looks like inside the Eureka Mignon Silenzio (the clump crusher is the two zig-zag pieces of metal at the chute), pretty self-explanatory as to how it works. When the ground coffee gets expelled from the burrs, it hits the clump crusher, becoming more dispersed in the process.

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