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Yukio Yamakawa

Locale: Tokyo,JAPAN
JSB0207 STOVE on 02/08/2013 23:08:17 MST Print View





it is New type MYOG stove,made of no wick,no bond,no preheat,high efficiency,and Ultralight.

14ml/200 boil/within 190 seconds from ignition,with FL550 pot

18ml/300ml boil/within 280 seconds from ignition,with FL550 pot.

indoors,calm winds,air temperature 15 C,water 10 C to 95 C.


This is developed in co-operation with tetkoba:Mr Kobayashi.
I respect "tetkoba" and his stoves.

Hoopis always dry.So steam spout equines and burns calories.
Sterts Jet burning 7 seconds after ignition.
Cyclone burning about 40 seconds after ignition.

Edited by JSBJSB on 02/08/2013 23:23:52 MST.

Tim Anderson
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JSB0207 STOVE on 02/09/2013 22:46:43 MST Print View

I've been watching the videos and love the designs. They seem too intricate to make with my skills and tools. Is there any intention of selling these stoves?

Kevin Beeden
(captain_paranoia) - F

Locale: UK
simpler construction on 02/11/2013 05:53:26 MST Print View

Since this stove seems to use a vapour chamber, and has an inward-pointing jet ring, I think you could make something very similar using one of my conic-walled burners.

In the past, I've experimented with angling the jet holes; I did this by drilling the hole as usual, and then inserting the drill shaft into the hole, and levering the drill over, thus pushing one side of the hole down, and the other side up. This needs to be done with great care with small diameter drills, as they're not designed to be used like this, and the cobalt drills I use for very small holes (<0.6mm) are like candy canes, and snap very easily...

The conic-walled burner is made pretty much like any inner-walled drinks can burner, only the inner wall is cut out by scoring with dividers, rather than a ruler.

Edited by captain_paranoia on 02/11/2013 05:54:25 MST.