Yes when you calibrate something, you are adjusting or setting it. A scale is calibrated to zero so that it gives the correct reading when you weigh yourself. A touch screen computer or smartphone is calibrated so that it correctly records where your fingers strike. The 3D tasters are calibrated to perform a certain way, but apparently they are easily damaged and will fall out of calibration with the slightest accident. Here's a link that describes the tasters calibration issues
Thank u all. By the way i found that sentence reading some instruction to set up table for cupping coffee. So i assume that tasters are the people who taste coffee. If it refers people what can i guess the meaning??
Well if people are the Testers, then calibration might be something like sipping cold water between coffee tasting ( cold beverages are said to "cleanse the palate"... Which is why a good meal shouldn't be eaten with cold beverages ). Wine tasters often eat cheese with the wine, one reason is that cheese and wine go great together and another is that cheese cleanses the palate... Sort of giving your mouth a fresh start for the next wine. So I'm using calibrate here to mean; reset / zero out / refresh... but I can't say with certainty that's what was meant. Calibrate can mean these things, but often means tune, hone, sync, resolve, ect...
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