# 我如何校準我的Hario磨床？

## 最佳答案

Method: This is how I adjust mine.

1. Approximate the setting by eye. Looking at the burrs, gauge about how large you'd like your grounds to be.
2. Mark this setting (temporarily) with a wax pen or marker.
3. Grind a bit of coffee and look at the average grind size; determine whether you'd like it coarser or finer.
4. Change the setting by N (e.g., 4) steps in one direction.
5. Repeat. Grind a bit more coffee. If you went in the correct direction (finer or coarser), determine whether you'd like it finer or coarser. (Start over if you went in the wrong direction)
6. Change the setting by going N ÷ 2 (e.g., 2) steps in that direction.
7. Repeat the grind and check. Terminate if you're happy, or go one step at a time until you are happy.
8. MARK THIS SETTING AND HOPE YOU NEVER HAVE TO CHANGE IT ;-)

My experience: I have a similar Hario model (this one), which sounds marginally more difficult to adjust than the one you're talking about. I use mine for almost all of my daily coffee grinding. I set it very infrequently: I go through phases between pour-over and moka, and I try not to go through these phases more than once per month to avoid adjusting this thing.

• 移除頂部螺母。
• 移除搖柄。
• 移除設置支架。
• 扭轉螺紋軸上的帶齒螺紋墊圈/螺母，向上移動螺母（反時鐘，粗磨）或向下（順時針，細磨）。
• 更換支架，手柄，頂部螺母。

When you've figured it out... I have put scratch "marks" on the screw for I (moka: fine), II (drip: medium), III (French press: coarse) so that I don't have to guess quite as much. Highly recommend indelible marks on your grinder once you find the setting you like. To change from one setting to the other, adjust to the middle: then go tighter to the "fine" setting, and looser to the "coarse" setting (otherwise, it can be ambiguous).