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JUNICHI TAKAHASHI
(vagabunjp) - F

Locale: JAPAN
35g mini GAS stove on 08/09/2008 00:51:40 MDT Print View

It is a lightweight compact gas stove.

The main body is made by brass and stainless steel.
The stands are titanium.

JUNICHI TAKAHASHI
(vagabunjp) - F

Locale: JAPAN
Re: 35g mini GAS stove on 08/09/2008 01:00:22 MDT Print View

hirasol
The main body is 29g29g
The titanium stands are 12ggotoku
The valve is 6gval

YOUTUBE=
http://jp.youtube.com/watch?v=VLsgnniwqQw

Vick Hines
(vickrhines) - F

Locale: Central Texas
mini gas stove on 08/09/2008 11:54:04 MDT Print View

too sweet
If you can you make it use liquid gas it would be close to perfect.

Brad Groves
(4quietwoods) - MLife

Locale: Michigan
Re: 35g mini GAS stove on 08/09/2008 12:53:11 MDT Print View

I want one!

Tony Beasley
(tbeasley) - MLife

Locale: Pigeon House Mt from the Castle
Re: 35g mini GAS stove on 08/10/2008 18:41:46 MDT Print View

Hi Junichi,

Nice work.

Hi Vick,

"If you can you make it use liquid gas it would be close to perfect. "

If you look carefully Junichi's stove has a pre-heat tube, the stove can handle liquid gas.

Tony

Keith Selbo
(herman666) - F

Locale: Northern Virginia
what does the empty canister weigh? on 08/10/2008 20:10:39 MDT Print View

what does the empty canister weigh?

JUNICHI TAKAHASHI
(vagabunjp) - F

Locale: JAPAN
canister weigh on 08/12/2008 23:59:44 MDT Print View

Thank you for all of you comment

Hi! Herman
canister weigh 18g
gas 40g

Mark Edgren
(mackgren) - F
. on 12/23/2008 22:04:11 MST Print View

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Edited by mackgren on 12/26/2008 23:05:52 MST.

Roger Caffin
(rcaffin) - BPL Staff - MLife

Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe
Re: Re: 35g mini GAS stove on 12/23/2008 22:49:03 MST Print View

Hi Junichi

Impressive.

Is the pot stand titanium wire? if so what thickness?
Do you find the wire sags when it is red hot under the weight of a full pot?

Cheers

Mark Edgren
(mackgren) - F
fuel delivery on 12/24/2008 20:51:16 MST Print View

Hi Junichi,
I had one more question. After the fuel is preheated and enters the main brass body of the stove, how is the fuel delivered up to the burner? It looks from your video that you have a bolt travelling from the bottom to the top. Is there adequate room along the sides of the bolt for the fuel to make it to the burner plate? Thanks! Mark

JUNICHI TAKAHASHI
(vagabunjp) - F

Locale: JAPAN
Thank you for comment! on 12/25/2008 00:44:18 MST Print View

Hi!Mark
I am not good at English; please understand it。


I put a figure on the my blog.
>> http://obakanahibi.blog31.fc2.com/blog-entry-280.html

Attention:The jet hall is equal to or less than 0.2mm

Hi! Roger Caffin
The titanium wire is 3mm。
I use Beer POT 
Titanium wire is warped and does not do the present place

Edited by vagabunjp on 12/25/2008 00:44:58 MST.

Mark Edgren
(mackgren) - F
Exactly what I was looking for on 12/25/2008 22:39:59 MST Print View

Arigato Gozimasu Junichi!
Thats exactly what I was looking for! Ja mata, Mark

Edited by mackgren on 12/26/2008 23:06:33 MST.

Roger Caffin
(rcaffin) - BPL Staff - MLife

Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe
Re: Thank you for comment! on 12/26/2008 00:59:56 MST Print View

Hi Junichi

Thanks.
Be careful with silicone hose. It is not recommended with propane or butane. Teflon or PFA hose would be better.

Cheers

Mark Edgren
(mackgren) - F
mousse can on 12/26/2008 23:04:55 MST Print View

Hi Junichi,
Is there an advantage to using the mousse can instead of a butane canister? Thanks! Mark

JUNICHI TAKAHASHI
(vagabunjp) - F

Locale: JAPAN
Thanks! Roger on 12/28/2008 03:27:56 MST Print View

Thanks! Roger .
I knew that silicon was not suitable
However, it is easy to use silicon most.
Therefore I change it frequently.

Hi!Mark
Of the gas replacing it is a self-responsibility.
(It is the same in Japan)
Replacing it is simple.
http://plaza.rakuten.co.jp/marui000/diary/200703010000/
I do not write it in detail, but will agree with URL

Yukio Yamakawa
(JSBJSB) - F

Locale: Tokyo,JAPAN
Re: Thanks! Roger on 01/01/2009 02:13:58 MST Print View

Ssimg_4904



こんな形状のバルブギアもあります。6gです。
/JSB

Ssimg_4905 



Heineken BEER Can 小さい缶に納まりますので
取り出して、直ぐに使えます

Edited by JSBJSB on 01/01/2009 02:18:14 MST.

Mark Edgren
(mackgren) - F
stainless steel on 01/03/2009 21:23:17 MST Print View

Hi Junichi!
What stainless steel parts did you use to make the burner and circle disk shaped piece below it? And did you take the jet from another stove and modify it? Thanks! mark

Edited by mackgren on 01/04/2009 13:00:44 MST.