Sub-Boards

Board Threads Posts Last Post
No New Posts GeoPolymers - 1 Viewing

Just for GeoPolymers

57 1,727 DIY Geopolymer - code named Kansas City #1
by Karl playing with geopolymers
Nov 12, 2020 0:46:28 GMT -8

Materials, Casting, Refractories, Etc

Status    Subject Created By Replies Views Last Post
Thread Sticky  
newBookmarkLockedFalling dear donkey, master of cob
talltuk 11 3,740 by martinm
Oct 30, 2019 1:21:25 GMT -8
Thread Sticky  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Testing your soils for clay
Donkey 11 5,622 by Orange
Nov 26, 2017 10:39:23 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Castable Refractory Cement with added Shredded Ceramic Fiber
boscovius 0 17 by boscovius
Nov 27, 2020 20:08:18 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling CFB Heat Test- Bad Material?
Pages:
foxtatic 19 608 by Karl playing with geopolymers
Nov 23, 2020 13:31:42 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Starlite - super cheap intumescent material lining
garethd 1 92 by Karl playing with geopolymers
Nov 23, 2020 3:51:24 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling viable approach to casting DSR2 top box top plate
cletus 7 511 by Karl playing with geopolymers
Oct 16, 2020 6:17:43 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Disintegration of Superwool ceramic fibre board
Karl L 5 313 by Vortex
Oct 15, 2020 5:00:18 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Looking for advice on materials: Ytong
Pages:
robbie 16 442 by robbie
Oct 9, 2020 7:05:55 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling mortar on firebricks
fuegos 4 206 by fuegos
Sept 28, 2020 11:38:55 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Heat Cast products for build?
mthomestead 7 1,228 by dcp
Aug 28, 2020 0:19:24 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Bio-soluble and non bio-soluble ceramic fibre
fishalive12345 2 141 by Karl playing with geopolymers
Jun 23, 2020 0:28:53 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Clay or stainless steel chimney?
Orange 1 288 by josephcrawley
Apr 14, 2020 11:11:52 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling good option for a cast DSR2 core?
cletus 9 555 by cletus
Apr 6, 2020 6:31:47 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling used refractory bricks
fuegos 4 878 by fuegos
Mar 19, 2020 3:32:43 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling stainless steel "hose clamps" in lieu of welding a frame
cletus 4 224 by cletus
Mar 16, 2020 12:47:44 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Home made rigidizer for ceramic fiber - looking for recipe
gadget 7 1,532 by smartliketruck
Feb 23, 2020 11:59:38 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Mortar Mix
mannytheseacow 4 634 by mannytheseacow
Oct 6, 2019 18:51:02 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Anyone need some subsoil for COB - northern utah
gadget 0 293 by gadget
Jul 5, 2019 21:11:28 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Stackable heat riser.
dirtdevil 12 947 by matthewwalker
Jun 28, 2019 5:42:35 GMT -8
Thread  
newBookmarkLockedFalling Rammed earth bell
dryland 5 631 by dryland
Jun 18, 2019 18:40:32 GMT -8

Shoutbox

vesuvius: Do any of you have experience with using the glass from home oven doors on a rocket stove? I'd like to have a viewing port on my stove but don't want to fork out for new ceramic glass. Any thought as to whether it would take the heat of a rocket stove? Jan 4, 2019 16:30:40 GMT -8
yaya: you dont need the blowair for that temp.. Jan 13, 2019 16:43:57 GMT -8
flybywire: Glass window from an old washing machine is designed to take high temps. Cheap solution to your need. :) Jan 27, 2019 0:10:58 GMT -8 *
coastalrocketeer: Anyone posting in this shout box... if you have something you want people to see and respond to, create a thread in the appropriate forum section... this is not the place to have a discussion... it is for short announcements Feb 7, 2019 0:11:23 GMT -8
coastalrocketeer: you won’t likely get replies to questions here, and it is not a spot that makes holding an ongoing discussion possible... Feb 7, 2019 0:12:22 GMT -8
hof: 1 horizontal Feb 19, 2019 12:01:48 GMT -8
TexasGonzo: Sooooo glad I found this site! Its always rewarding to find such a super group of folks! To any and all, feel free to PM me anytime. Thanks for having me! Mar 11, 2019 18:56:41 GMT -8
jlmtech: GADGET: CONSIDER USING A JET PUMP INSTEAD OF A BLOWER FAN TO INDUCE DRAFT; NO CLOGGING. Mar 26, 2019 8:19:28 GMT -8
michaelegan: i am unable to open the sketchup files on my mac. I used sketchup a few years back but apparently the company now requires a subscription. does anyone have any advice/instructions on how to use the program or how to view pictures without spending money? Aug 20, 2019 18:41:48 GMT -8
mannytheseacow: michaelegan: download AutoCAD student version for free... import .SKP Aug 23, 2019 13:33:44 GMT -8
topbaza: hi everyone, been searching all over net and this is were i need to be i think!! :) Sept 28, 2019 6:16:25 GMT -8
anounaki: Hi, why I cant upload photos when I make new tread to this forum? Feb 28, 2020 2:09:40 GMT -8
ahansen: photos under 1 mb not possible? Jun 4, 2020 0:09:21 GMT -8
belgiangulch: Photo's are possible. They must be downloaded elsewhere and the image url (adress) is copyied. Sept 14, 2020 7:26:15 GMT -8
belgiangulch: While creating a thread click on the small picture in the banner above the reply. A box pops up, paste the image url in the box. Pay no attention to the huge list of numbers and such.When you finish and hit reply your post with pictures will come up. Sept 14, 2020 7:29:27 GMT -8
deadstarsstillburn: Hi there. I was directed this way by folks on the Permies.com website and am hoping I can get some information on how a total newbie can get started designing, siting, building, and not-dying-in-a-horrible-house-fire with a new RMH in a 160-year old home Oct 21, 2020 6:52:10 GMT -8
deadstarsstillburn: The people over there recommended either a 6" batchbox or an 8" J-tube. I don't know what those are but am going to try to figure that out. What I need is a blueprint that I can scale to fit the need for my house. I have something likne 5000 square feet Oct 21, 2020 6:53:00 GMT -8
deadstarsstillburn: but I do not need to heat all of it by any means. probably only need to heat half of that, maybe less. Oct 21, 2020 6:53:15 GMT -8
deadstarsstillburn: moreover, the house has 3 storeys (large attic) so I assume if I get very efficient heating on the ground floor, that will go a long way toward heating the upstairs as well, no? Oct 21, 2020 6:53:59 GMT -8
scottiniowa: donkey32.proboards.com/user/5666 did you see this area, Huge answers to all the "little" questions.. just a fantastic grouping of explanations. batchrocket.eu/en/designs Oct 25, 2020 6:03:30 GMT -8