Wednesday, November 26, 2014

DIY wood stove 3

54,65,30,0,B

12 comments:

M. Silvius said...

Tall and leggy, that should make keeping it fed easy. I like the door, that should be a bit more airtight then mine. Good progress.

Rita B. said...

you're gonna be getting orders for those things now John.

James Price said...

It's taking form nicely.

rondeb said...

I can't believe how much you can get done in one day. I wish I had that much energy (and skills)

leilani said...

That's very cool looking. So, are you gonna be putting a handle on on the hatch? Because if it needs one, you know what it needs to be, right?

Yep, you got it. A longhorn!

Oops. No embedded links allowed in the comments at this blog, so go here:

http://rockymountainhardware.com/door-hardware?view=article&layout=default&id=318&catid=175&Itemid=85

(But you could probably make a better one & a lot cheaper too.)

LeoinSA said...

Should'a
Could'a
Oh well.

http://wander-the-backroads.tumblr.com/post/103221883202

LOL!

Larry G said...

A man who with a welder can do some interesting things!

wheels? portable/moveable?

can you show the door when open? hinged?

so the stove pipe will have a damper..

mike said...

cute

THORNWALKER said...

Looks good, I'll buy production model#2 if you make another one.

Unknown said...

Nice work John. Here in Yankee Land I've seen many homemade stoves like this but made from 55 gal drums, often with a second drum mounted in series above the first to extract more heat before sending it up the stack. Steve C.

Margery Bills said...

O.K. Happy Thanksgiving. We have so much to be grateful for in this country on this day. ☺️

Jeff M said...

Happy Thanksgiving John!