Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by realityguy » Sun Jan 23, 2011 9:20 pm

The videos show how coordinated I am with my left hand :mrgreen:
I had a cousin in the construction business that was ambidextrous like you except he couldn't pound a nail in with a hammer with either hand..we made him the estimator instead..How good are you at numbers? :lol:
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by zelph » Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:10 am

realityguy wrote:
The videos show how coordinated I am with my left hand :mrgreen:
I had a cousin in the construction business that was ambidextrous like you except he couldn't pound a nail in with a hammer with either hand..we made him the estimator instead..How good are you at numbers? :lol:
You should have gotten him one of those electric palm nail drivers :lol:

I can count to 10 with my fingers, I still have all of them.............I'm good!!!! :mrgreen:
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by realityguy » Mon Jan 24, 2011 1:13 pm

If he used a palm nailer,he wouldn't be able to figure out how to plug it in the outlet(keeping in mind that they are an AIR tool) :roll:

I guess if you make more than ten stoves at once you'll have to do it barefooted.. :roll:

:lol:
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by zelph » Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:38 am

realityguy wrote:If he used a palm nailer,he wouldn't be able to figure out how to plug it in the outlet(keeping in mind that they are an AIR tool) :roll:

I guess if you make more than ten stoves at once you'll have to do it barefooted.. :roll:

:lol:
I make them by the ten dozen :lol:

Air Palm Nailers are OLD SCHOOL tools :P

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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by realityguy » Tue Jan 25, 2011 11:52 am

How do you pull out the bent chinese nails?...The ones with the limp spot in the middle? :o

Like most commercial jobs I've seen...there's usually one or two cords going to the middle of the job with 8 chargers w/dead batteries plugged into the multiple box at the end and 4 guys standing around with their thumb up their butt waiting for them. :lol:
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by zelph » Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:33 pm

That"s 4 Good candidates for estimators :mrgreen:
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by zelph » Tue Jan 25, 2011 9:26 pm

I've come up with a name for the stove "Oreo" I put a dark layer of fiberglass cloth on the top and bottom of the new white material. Reminds me of a cookie. Maybe I'll call it the "Cookie" stove.
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by ridebks » Tue Jan 25, 2011 10:41 pm

Just what I have been looking for to use with my Kleen Kanteen!!! Thanks!!!
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by zelph » Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:46 pm

[quote="ridebks"]Just what I have been looking for to use with my Kleen Kanteen!!! Thanks!!!
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I saw your video today on creation for your Kanteen, nice job done on it :D

what diameter is the Kanteen?
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Re: Ring Of Fire Stove AKA Doodah Man Special

Post by ConnieD » Wed Jan 26, 2011 1:34 pm

This stainless steel water bottle is popular online:

Guyotdesigns Stainless Steel Backpacker, 32oz.
http://www.guyotdesigns.com/product.php?id_product=87
and their Standard stainless bottle has straight sides.
http://www.guyotdesigns.com/product.php?id_product=88

I have a stainless steel bottle priced right labelled Zags. I use a Lifeline green neoprene insulation slip-on for it.
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This 18/8 stainless steel bottle is 27 oz. 800 ml

9 1/8 inches = 9.125 circumference.
Using this online calculator:
http://www.1728.com/diam.htm
the diameter is 2.9046 inches.

I don't know what that is in fractional measurement.

Here it is: 2 4523/5000 inches
ref: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculato ... action.php

Of course, there is a radius at the bottom at the edge. :roll:

I know. But maybe the online calculators will help?

I used circumference, because that it is the easiest to measure.

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