There is no such comprehensive guide, mainly because it would also imply a book about
roasting and about all the supported devices and even if it was 200 pages still there
would be many questions if someone was just beginning. About the different ways to connect
probes and serial cables for instance. If enough people would donate a lot of money to
have a technical writer devote 6 months on it that would maybe help but I do not see that
You are using a completely free program that’s in some ways more powerful than software
that is expensive with a monthly fee to be paid. That’s a great side of it, but the
downside is that you have some work cut out for you.
I have found that it helps to document and publish what you have and what you do, because
then readers will have advice for your next steps. Do you post what equipment you have and
how you are roasting on any blog? I do that on my blog and I am grateful for all the help
I received. It’s also easier for people to give hints if they know what you are doing.
If you have hardware that supports ramp & soak, and that hardware is listed in the
Artisan device list, you can send commands to it using Artisan. Details about my setup are
on my blog, for instance this page:
Op 18 jun. 2015, om 16:16 heeft ramezaziz(a)yahoo.com
het volgende geschreven:
I am wondering if there is any guide for Artisan software usage, I am new to it and not
sure how to use it or how to load a roasting profile or how to use the ramp & soak
option or how to tailor a roasting profile manually to the software, if any one can help
& advice that will be highly appreciated.
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