Monday, February 29, 2016

mobile oven

Scavenged some beefy wheels out of my junkyard today.  Gearing up for some renewed solar oven action.  The dormant beast hasn't done any cooking for over a year so it is well past time to start cleaning it up so it can go back into service.  It is a monster to move so I decided to make it a little more mobile by bolting some heavy duty casters to the base.  72,84,50,0,B

11 comments:

JohnnyM said...

Good choice for mobility! I know you know how to solar bake and continuing this path will be good food for you and crumbs for the critters should you have trials & errors along the way

mohaverat said...

you should put a hitch on it so you can drag it with something! Let me know when the party is and the brisket is going in.

shawn said...

Now that's what I'm talking about!

Margery Bills said...

More cornbread.

Gene Adcock said...

Interesting, will be looking forward to how the cleanup goes. How the reflective surfaces turn out after the long storage time.

david holloway said...

Heavy, hard to move is a good design out here for many reasons. I too am glad to see you getting back into your routine.

Ronald Mahan said...

That support structure looks stout enough hold up at least one half of a large beef!
Doubtful the wind will blow that baby over - but you might need an anchor or wheel chocks - to keep it from rolling away in the wind.

John Wells said...

the wheels have locks...

Larry G said...

could this thing - heat your cabin?

Dale said...

Does it get hot enough to distill water?

John Wells said...

1. No, it can't heat my cabin. 2. Yes, it can distill water since it gets up to 425°.