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sumoldgit



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Join date : 2014-02-04

PostSubject: Introduction   Wed Apr 09, 2014 5:22 am

Hi there,

I live in Leicester U.K. the home of the pork pie and Stilton cheese, I have been watching YouTube videos posted by you all and have become fascinated by this technology indeed I have constructed my own RS already, I plan to experiment with various fire boxes over the summer and install my creation for the forthcoming winter, I would like to thank all you guys for the work and ideas that you have shared with the community and plan to contribute where and when I can.

Regards Domo.
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gadily
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Join date : 2013-12-08

PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:59 am

well the pork pie is nice but the stilton yucky lol

welcome to the forums as i have become interested in there technology myself and see there further advantages that can be performed with them

when you can post up some pics of your build will be interesting to se the build and how does it perform ?

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Hitchhiker



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Join date : 2013-12-26
Location : nomad

PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Thu Apr 10, 2014 8:55 am

Hi! A pork pie? What a great idea!
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warbler7



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Join date : 2014-04-19
Location : Thunder Bay

PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Sat Apr 19, 2014 2:21 am

Hello from northwestern Ontario. I'm not a welder but willing to learn and hope to build a rocket wood stove . Am building an off-grid cabin at the end of a 600 foot zipline (no road to the site) and interested in all enviro-friendly technologies. Glad to be on board this site.
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gadily
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PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Sat Apr 19, 2014 6:19 am

warbler7 wrote:
Hello from northwestern Ontario. I'm not a welder but willing to learn and hope to build a rocket wood stove . Am building an off-grid cabin at the end of a 600 foot zipline (no road to the site) and interested in all enviro-friendly technologies. Glad to be on board this site.

most are not welders just hobbyists but if you take a look in the lounge there is a subject upon welding and how to improve your welding

ive tried arc and now tryed mig i prefer mig welding as easier

theres also enough info to produce electricity and also if need be run a generator so off grid could be done at supplement costs

also with rocket stoves its which model do you choose to use and build for yourself theres enough designs to choose from some are portable and there is designs for cooking in an oven type rocket burner

so plenty to choose from
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williamamoseducates



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PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Wed Apr 23, 2014 4:53 am

Hi Everybody,
I'm William Amos from Hunters, WA. USA. I have been into fabrication my entire life. I grew up watching jigs and fixtures being built for Hard-Tail and Custom Choppers in our garage in the 70's. But, everybody and their Sons are doing that! I like keeping people warm in the Great Northwest. I see how important the Hearth (Heart) of a home is here. It gives me a great feeling of satisfaction to see a family using something that I built to sustain their daily lives. I was employed for 16 years by a stove company that once held the title for the "Worlds Cleanest non-Catalytic Wood Burning Stove's". Also, the worlds first self igniting, thermostatic remote control pellet stove. I have gained a vast bank of knowledge working for them. I was invited here by Tryin2Hard on YouTube, as I have been interested in his progress since the Rocket Stove Build. Rocket Stoves are So Cool for fast energy purposes. Downdraft Technology is the best of both worlds. Anyway, glad to be here with a bunch of mad thermo-science geeks. Anything I can do to help...I'm Here!
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gadily
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PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Wed Apr 23, 2014 8:55 am

hi and welcome william sounds like you will be a good help to the site and interests here
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williamamoseducates



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PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Thu Apr 24, 2014 3:19 am

gadily wrote:
hi and welcome william  sounds like you will be a good help to the site and interests here

I am glad to be of service.  cheers Don't be shy..Better to ask and feel like a fool for a second..Than to never ask and be a fool for life! I don't know everything, but what I do know I will share. Freely.

Pride/Ego can sometimes be the only obstacle between you and where you want to be. Live like you mean it!
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jimmyTK



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Join date : 2014-12-24

PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Sat Dec 27, 2014 10:58 am

Hello this jimmyTK from Newfoundland,Canada. I'm new to this forum and having trouble trying to use it. Can anybody help?
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Join date : 2013-09-30

PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Sat Dec 27, 2014 11:20 am

jimmyTK wrote:
Hello this jimmyTK from Newfoundland,Canada. I'm new to this forum and having trouble trying to use it. Can anybody help?

Hi Jimmy what are you having trouble with, here to help if I can. welcome
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t-roy



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Join date : 2015-01-07
Age : 45
Location : live in Post Falls Idaho

PostSubject: Re: Introduction   Wed Jan 07, 2015 8:59 pm

Hello,from Post Falls Idaho.
i am a welder fabricator plant man jack of trades kind of guy. been watching rocket stoves on the tube. plan on building one when i have the time and money. seen some awesome ideas, been following tryin2hard on youtube, we share alot of the same views and ideas.
all cool stuff!hope to get started pretty soon. i also dabble in knife making.
cool forum!
thats it for now.
thanks. Troy
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