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I cut (6) 55mm discs out of a #4 cone filter, using the ring from a canning jar as a template to scribe the circles, for the bottom and for the top I use an aeropress  filter.  The top filter can be rinsed for reuse.

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Resurrecting this thread as Ive been trying this method in an effort to improve the taste of my espresso whilst my new grinder beds in (I hope things will improve) The grind from the new mignon vis

I doubt using/omitting filters anywhere can affect the chemical make-up, beyond slightly higher extractions (which were first noted some years back with papers below the puck only).    

My crude but quick method is to staple several aero press filters together, trace around the tamper base, then cut them out with scissors - this way you can get 10-12 done in one go.

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18 hours ago, Jomo04 said:

My crude but quick method is to staple several aero press filters together, trace around the tamper base, then cut them out with scissors - this way you can get 10-12 done in one go.

How do you remove the staples without damaging the filters?

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