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Artisan is an open-source software that helps coffee roasters record, analyze, and control roast profiles. This software can automate the creation of roasting metrics to help make decisions that influence the final coffee flavor.

Platforms

Artisan supports the following 64bit operating systems:

  • macOS 10.15 and newer
  • Windows 8 and newer
  • Linux glibc 2.18

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There are also experimental builds for the Raspberry Pi platform (stretch & buster).

Notable Features

  • we believe in Open-Source, check out our code and contribute
  • seemless integration into the artisan.plus inventory management service
  • extensive machine and device support including control
  • unlimited number of curves
  • rate-of-rise (RoR), area-under-the-curve (AUC), development-time-ratio (DTR) calculations
  • projection lines and head-up-display (HUD)
  • roast profile evaluation and statistics
  • Profile Analyzer, Roast Comparator, Profile Transposer and Roast Simulator
  • automated reproduction of roasts via alarm programs, replay of events or PID control
  • profile designer, cupping editor, spider- and wheel graph
  • user defined buttons and sliders with programable actions
  • many import and export formats like Aillio Roastime, Cropster XLS, Giesen CSV, IKAWA CSV, Probat Pilot, RoastLogger, RoastLog, RoastPath,..

Cast

Rafael Cobo –– brain behind the project

Marko Luther –– current maintainer

Dave Baxter –– design wizard

Rui Paulo –– Aillio master & CI

Michael Herbert –– documentation & testing

Brett Pound –– support

Dario Ernst –– mailing list hosting

We are always looking for people that support us here and there. Especially, people that help us to localize the UI of Artisan to more languages and to complete the existing translations are very welcome!

Contact us via the Contact Form on the Artisan blog.

Supporters

The development of Artisan is supported by a growing number of companies and individuals that recognize its value for their customers and endeavors.

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Add yourself to this list by sending a donation!

Arnoud Aalbersberg, Jasper Abbing, Marc Assinck, Santa Fara Caffe, Paul Battle, Harald Baumgärtner, Jorge Barraza, Beautiful Bean, Bethells Beanz, David Bergman, Nicolas Bigler, Minos (Bitter & Real), Patrizio (Black & Blaze), Bruce Bowman, Ian Bradshaw (Stas Coffee), Michel (The Beautiful Bean), Manfred (Werksbrandt), William Buchmann, Phil (Dusty Ape), James Calderone, Joseph Carlisle, Matías Carzalo, Casual Coffee Roasters, Jacob Catt, Tom Chips, Jennifer Chrisman, Szymon Ciszek, Alan (Skylands Roastery), Dan (Fat Rabbit Coffee), Marco Cremonese, Tolga (onetake coffee), Ulrich Dauscher, Jaroslav (doubleshot), Peter de Goede, Tije De Jong, Erik De Kluiver, Allen Derusha, Mikel (Mikels Kaffeverksted), Stephen Egge, Encore Coffee Company, Ram (COFFEE-TECH ENGINEERING), Roman Farber, Dmitry Fedotov, Hermann-Josef Fensky, Tadej Feregotto, Uwe Flommersfeld, Ed Gaida, Josef (Kuntrawant), Robert Gardner, Bono (Bono Coffee Roastery), Frans (kostverlorenvaart.nl), Jeff (El Jefe Coffee 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Enablers

Artisan builds on a large number of excellent open-source software.

..and many other packages. Thanks for releasing your work as open-source!

License

Artisan is developed and distributed under the GPLv3.0 License

Setup Hardware for Artisan

Configure for a supported machine

You will find many roaster manufacturers are now supporting Artisan. In 2.0, you will find simplified setup for the ones offering support. See Artisan Machines.

Under Config>Machine, Artisan 2.0 has direct support for:

Configure for supported devices

You will need to configure the hardware device taking the readings from the roaster if its not a listed roaster above.

Artisan supports various devices for reading temperatures and other inputs such as air pressure and ambient conditions. Information on PID control can be found here. Additional devices can be configured on the Extra Devices tab of Config>Devices. A discussion of virtual devices and symbolic assignments is here. One potential symbolic assignment is for your bean temp, explained below, or the use of certain devices like an RTD Phidget.Port settings are found under Config>Port IF they are needed.

Artisan can now configure certain Phidgets much like a Machine. Machine setups for popular VINT Phidget sets, available as ready-to-use packages from the Artisan shop, have been added that allow a one click configuration. There is a 2xTC setup based on the TMP1101, a 2xRTD low-noise setup based on two TMP1200 as featured in On Idle Noise using a one-in-two configuration, and an ambient extension based on the PRE1000 & HUM1000. There is also a setup for the older Phidget 1048 “databridge”.

Want to know more?

Roasting with Phidgets in Artisan and More on Phidgets in Artisan go into greater depth on using Phidgets.

If you need support for your device, go to the Community page to see where to get help.

Configure Language, Temps and Sampling

Language and Temp C or F

Menu>Config>Temperature and Menu>Config>Language are where you go to choose your language and Celsius or Fahrenheit and switch between the two if you like.

Symbolic BT/ET

What BT and ET temperatures do you want as reference points?

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Some roasters are just fine with the readings their machines put out from their thermocouples. Each machine is different and each machine’s thermocouples are placed differently and read differently. Learn your machine is something you will hear over and over. That said are you happy with first crack being at 365° or do you want it to be at 390°? In order to adjust your machine thermocouples to give you dry end or first crack at temps that people think they should be at, you can enter an adjustment under Config>Device on the Tab – Symb ET/BT.

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Also don’t expect these to match the PID in the roaster if the probes are in different places.

Do you have to do this? NO. You will know your roaster best and these data points aren’t absolutes, they are just reference point. Sight and smell and will tell you best when dry end and first crack happen. Make sure to use a lower case “x” as an upper case won’t work. If you see a reading of -1 in the temp LCD’s your formula may be incorrect.

Artisan is set up to read ET and BT, two devices. If you need more devices, you can add them through Extra Devices. In that dialog box, the Label refers to the Channel of the device. Each is set up so an Extra Device can read two channels. So Label 1 is the first channel and Label 2 is the second channel. If you were for example, using ports 2 and 3 on a VintHub, then Label 1 would be for port 2 and Label 2 for port 3. Also, please note, all HUB IO devices block two ports on your VintHub, but for the one that is named “HUB IO 0” that only blocks the port 0. As explained in the blog post, Symbolic Formulas: Basics, New Variables and Applications section One in Two, you would use Extra Devices to add additional RTD’s for Phidgets since the TMP1200 only reads one RTD. In addition, in the example below there is an Extra Device to read a Differential Air Pressure Sensor (Phidget 1136) which is plugged into the VintHub port 0, and to provide a formulaic curve for it.

Symbolic formulas are very important and provided advanced features as described in the Artisan Blog post.

Sampling and Oversampling

The default for sampling is set to 3s. For a Phidget device one second is possible, and Artisan 1.3 goes down to .5s now. Oversampling will take two readings per interval and average them. See the Sampling page for more details.

If you go below a 3s interval you will get a popup warning

You can try it lower and see if your equipment can handle it. There have been reports that if you go down to 1s sampling, do NOT check oversampling as it causes very jumpy lines.

NOTE Unplug Your Laptop Before You RoastNote that for most people unless you have a USB isolator you need to unplug your computer when using Artisan or will get feedback loops that will create all sorts of crazy spikes in the graph. If you are using a desktop I guess you need to get an isolator.

Settings- Load, Load Recent, Save

Menu>Help> is where you go to load and save settings. Load Recent is a shortcut to settings you have recently used. You can use Artisan with more than roaster by saving two sets of settings and then using Load Recent to change between roasters. Please save your settings on a regular basis with backups, especially if you use extra devices.

Information for Troubleshooting

Menu>Help is a place you can find information on Errors, Messages from the program, a Serial log, search your settings, and information on the platform you are using.

Factory Reset

If you ever need to reset Artisan to factory settings, it’s under Menu>Help>Factory Reset.

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