１４３ｇ！！ include ・cover・ mainbody ・POT / not include ・tank ・valveLOOK＞YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW5WWTnKtUY&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fobakanahibi%2Eblog31%2Efc2%2Ecom%2F&feature=player_embeddedMY Blog > http://obakanahibi.blog31.fc2.com/
Edited by vagabunjp on 06/25/2009 23:38:15 MDT.
Hi JunichiWe would love to see a little more of the burner itself. most interesting!Cheers
Awesome design and construction there, would love to see some further information on the components that make it up.It's not until you watch the YouTube video that you can get an appreciation of the size, really well done JunichiCheersMark
I like the use of the rivets to add a heat exhcanger function to the base of the pan.At least that's what I think it is...
Can't work out what that heat exchanger is made of .Franco
The heat exchanger looks similar to rivnuts.
This stoves is all homemade Stove hed made it from a pipe and cut soup stock of brass .The heat exchanger is made from rivnuts!They are attached by a special method .I'm sorry English is not good.
Hi JunichiYour English is adequate: we understand.Cheers
Interesting!my English is poor,too!
Edited by Haiqing on 07/08/2009 01:28:59 MDT.
Your english is a lot better than my Japanese :)That is very impressive!how did you make the burner jet?
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