Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

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Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by zelph » Wed May 05, 2010 11:54 am

This is a project that I'm working on in my spare time :roll: .....yah, spare time....where? I have other projects going also ongoing. I made a welder that roll welds the edge of thin stainless steel. Don't laugh at my thin pot idea :lol: I'm working on a "thin Stove" to go with the pot :o Think."Line Of Fire"

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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by ConnieD » Wed May 05, 2010 5:39 pm

...with no water in the cooking pot, it is a "dehydrated" cooking pot.

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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by realityguy » Wed May 05, 2010 5:41 pm

Hmm..mine didn't post..so here it is again..

Where's the lid? :o .. fold-over and a paper clip?I bet your custom potstand weighs more than the pot! ;)
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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by zelph » Wed May 05, 2010 5:56 pm

ConnieD wrote:...with no water in the cooking pot, it is a "dehydrated" cooking pot.

:mrgreen:
How clever :D

RG, campfire pots don't need lids. ;)

The Line Of Fire stove has no pot support. The pot sits inside the stove, dontcha know :o :mrgreen:
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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by ConnieD » Wed May 05, 2010 8:10 pm

Inside what stove! Where?

On the campfire?

"campfire stove"?

I've got to stop taking this seriously, seriously. There is no stove Zelph.

It doesn't look like it will fit in the Super Stove.

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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by realityguy » Wed May 05, 2010 8:47 pm

RG, campfire pots don't need lids. ;)
Mmmm..must be used for making some of that Mt St. Helen's "ash hole" coffee..you know..the gritty stuff that floats up
from your wood fire..No thanks,I'll use a lid! :lol:
I did pick up a larger Bodum drip "center piece" today I can use in a larger pot.it also breaks down for storage and packing!Hmm..gee..I wonder if I have a pot it will fit.... :roll: The chances are about 100 to one..that I do!

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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by irrationalsolutions » Wed May 05, 2010 8:56 pm

can you fold the bottom to make it stand on its own before finishing the pot?
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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by Ridgerunner » Wed May 05, 2010 9:14 pm

This should be interesting...... :ugeek:
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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by zelph » Wed May 05, 2010 10:19 pm

Use your imaginations. :D A small campfire , one or two logs 3" diameter, lots of 1" limbs and some twigs. You lean the pot against one of the 3" logs. It doesn't take much to keep the pot from falling over. The pot hold 5 cups easily. Radiant heat will get those 5 cups heated in short order. Most of you know how much heat is given off by a wood fire..... right????

Maybe this weekend I'll do a video. My wife and I are going camping for Mothers Day. Weather is suppose to be nice. I think I'll take my small pressure cooker and get a couple rabbits from the market and have a feast. I feel like cooking. I'll use my new GoTo with 4 ounce fuel capacity, maybe use my double burner Origo and cook a moose :lol:
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Re: Slimline Stainless Steel Pot

Post by zelph » Thu May 06, 2010 7:23 pm

I used a fisherman's hook removal pliers to lock onto the pot. I'll install a large grommet on one side of the pot as soon as I can find my kit :roll:

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