Well, with just wood i can manage somehow. There's just two things how to implement the geometry of the rocket and be able to use long pieces of metal and also keep the metal in the bed of embers. This is a big point, if there's air and flames, metal doesn't heat enough. And also how to make the rocket hotter. I'll pursue my quest towards the cyclonic rocket. I'm pretty sure this can work.
One question thoughtIs the rocket getting hotter as a rocket cooking stove? Or as a RMH with the barrel? I have two six inchers, one of each type, and i've tried only with the heating one so far. Modified the cooking one into a J tube yesterday, and will make a small oppening for front air today.
joel: Daryl, they are just a box and a heating element. most folks here in alaska that build themselves one, just knock together box from 1x material and put a camp stove on the ground. much safer to use an electric burner and cast iron pan yo put chips in
Jul 10, 2015 23:17:56 GMT -8
Daryl: Howdy, Joel! I wish I could 'like' your comment. I usually build brick boxes to smoke food because I love the even temps of clay and how it stores the heat. But yeah, if I throw something together, then I could use a metal box of some kind with coals.
Jul 11, 2015 5:58:05 GMT -8
ericvw: Last full day at Corolla, NC... Back to work on Monday!
Jul 17, 2015 6:11:04 GMT -8
Daryl: Perfect beaches...but hurry back Eric
Jul 18, 2015 11:14:58 GMT -8
ericvw: I'm (we're) back. Shoulda stayed home and saved the $... I enjoyed the ocean more than her family. But that's ok. I grew up on LI, so water is my friend!
Jul 18, 2015 14:55:55 GMT -8
Daryl: Eric is back! Yayyyyyy!
Jul 19, 2015 9:45:49 GMT -8