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brent driggers (cadyak) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale southwest georgia
About Me endurance sports, archery, boatbuilding, hunting, fishing,
Project Manager/ Estimator - Electrical Substations
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SP600 Woodstove
Thanks Ben, Ill shoot you a PM. Currently I am making stoves that closely fit and on one load of wood will boil the volumes of a very wide range of pots from short and squat to taller pots l...

In GEAR » SnowPeak 600 - stoves
April 18, 12:17pm

Thanks a lot Dan. I just got a few new tools in my "shop" and Im hoping to start making many more stoves.

In GEAR » SnowPeak 600 - stoves
April 18, 7:30am

SP600 Stainless Woodstove
I use a superstove for alcohol but for wood one of these 2.8oz stainless woodstoves works every time.

In GEAR » SnowPeak 600 - stoves
April 17, 3:49pm

Wow. nice work! I have the materials and everything I need to do a very similar project but just cant pull the trigger to get started. Maybe now I will after seeing yours. Thanks for posting

In Make Your Own Gear » 5.5oz Cuben tarp with carbon tieouts
April 15, 2:29pm

edge drilling
that is probably the issue. If you have enough of the metal left to try it again you can move your hole over until it clears the edge and then cut the metal through the hole. I use that technique ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Having trouble drilling Aluminum
April 15, 2:15pm

Joshua, sent you a Pm, thanks

In Gear Swap » FS: SpinnShelter
March 30, 8:06am

Wild Woodburner Stove
I have admired that stove for a while. Breaks down small, puts together large and what a sweet fire.

In GEAR » WildWoodgas stove
March 29, 6:47am

so many options, so little time
The coffee can idea is a good one. You just need something to hold your pot 1-1/2"-2" above the top edge for the convection currents to be able to accelerate properly. I make them out...

In GEAR » Wood Stove options
March 19, 1:59pm

Very sorry to hear about your son-in-law.

In Make Your Own Gear » Titanium Windscreen Design
February 15, 11:00am

David, that looks cool and superlight. Is that bottom picture showing the wood burning setup? Got any videos of how it behaves loaded with wood and a pot on top? the firebox looks plenty big.

In GEAR » Wood Burning Stove Options
February 13, 10:37am

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