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ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
12g(0.4oz),my wood burning stove on 08/16/2008 04:51:37 MDT Print View

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Edited by asidesign on 08/16/2008 05:14:50 MDT.

mark henley
(flash582) - F - M
12 g wood burning stove on 08/16/2008 10:08:43 MDT Print View

COOL!

What is the inner made of? I assume that the outer is aluminum foil?

Jason Klass
(jasonklass) - F

Locale: Parker, CO
Wood Stove on 08/16/2008 15:29:02 MDT Print View

Ke,

Wow, that flame pattern looks great! Any chance you could post a picture of it disassembled? Also, do you find that it needs a windscreen?

Keith Selbo
(herman666) - F

Locale: Northern Virginia
how fast on 08/16/2008 19:30:55 MDT Print View

How fast does it boil a cup of water? Include starting temperature.

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: 12 g wood burning stove on 08/17/2008 08:43:17 MDT Print View

Thanks, Mark~ The inner is made of a beer can,and the outer is aluminum foil.

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: Wood Stove on 08/17/2008 08:59:44 MDT Print View

Hi~Jason,The disassembled parts are only two, one is plain beer can being cut the top off, and another one is a piece of aluminum foil.I think a windscreen is helpful in all conditions.

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: how fast on 08/17/2008 09:13:34 MDT Print View

Hi Herman,
Sorry for not providing you the test report of this concept version(the usage of aluminum foil in wood burner). You would know that I only use a bigger one for actually use,which is made of an iron inner and a piece of aluminum foil, the actually effect is good.

Edited by asidesign on 08/17/2008 09:17:47 MDT.

Colin Krusor
(ckrusor) - M

Locale: Northwest US
aluminum can stove on 08/17/2008 12:25:25 MDT Print View

ke wu,

Aluminum inner chambers on wood stoves don't usually last very long. I like your simple design, though. Do you have any photos of the stove after a few hours of burn time?

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: aluminum can stove on 08/17/2008 13:04:13 MDT Print View

Hi~Colin,
Unlike other wood burning stove,this one is so small that it won't be melt simply because the temperature in inner chamber is always below its melt point(660C). Surely, it is impractical in both aspects of room and hardness. If you prepare to burn over hours,try another one.