Rocket Stove

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This piece of engineering is a rocket stove. Ehm...

Step 1:

These are two pieces of stainless steel chimney pipes. I screwed them together.

Step 2:

These are drywall metal profile scraps. I made a back support out of one of them.

Step 3:

These are drywall metal profile scraps. I made a front support out of one of them.

Step 4:

These are drywall metal profile scraps. I made a front opening divider out of them.

Step 5:

These are drywall metal profile scraps. I made a grill out of them.

Step 6:

This is a rocket stove. I'ts made out of junk. It works.

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    RJF

    Question 11 months ago on Step 6

    Metal seems thin. Can this take the extended heat?

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    RobertW327RJF

    Answer 11 months ago

    Should last . my pot belly heater had a s/s flue . it used to glow red . never melted .

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    Waldemar ShaRJF

    Answer 11 months ago

    It's not something meant to last long. It's just to make some extra use of some junk.

    When was installed on the heater indoors the chimney pipe was heated to red hot a couple of times - that's why it looks the way it looks. So, my answer: "Not for long".