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Re: June entry: The Bellagio-ACORN alcohol stove

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:19 pm
by sudden
That is a very nice system. You improved everything.



p.s. I like your video presentations. They make it easy to understand how to build the stove. I didn't get the folding of the bellagio until I watched your video. I could build the stove bits but your windscreen would be hard to match.

Re: June entry: The Bellagio-ACORN alcohol stove

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:56 pm
by ConnieD
I really like the thermal barrier.

I appreciate the ventilation of the windscreen, top and bottom, and the air passages for the thermal barrier.

I want to have a raised platform for the Super Stove, I already have, and have sufficient air for it to function properly.

In fact, the Super Stove makes a double-flame when it is elevated a little off the ground-surface so air can enter from below, which was demonstrated over at Hammock Forums.

I also like the Caldera Cone, the caldera clone and the zelph cone (see avatar).

It seems to me your system-design is significant.

I would like to see the burn-in. Will you make another video?

Re: June entry: The Bellagio-ACORN alcohol stove

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:37 pm
by zelph
Nice creation, nice presentation, nice improvement, you continue to be creative........thank you!!!! :D

Re: June entry: The Bellagio-ACORN alcohol stove

Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:16 pm
by ConnieD
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has a precise software program for making the "clone".

He likes to make improvements, adding to his free software download.

I am looking for the link where I read about it, first. Here it is. And here.

He makes his meth stove here. He is interested in windscreen design here. He is in UK.

At any rate, why not show him what you have. Maybe he can make his little software program draw a template?

It already draws a perfect template for the "clone" with different closures at the edges. He has all that "dialed in" e.g. stove height, pot height above stove, base diameter, pot diameter, pot depth, handle width, handle depth.

How many variables is too many variables?

I know I would like to have a thermal barrier "stand" for the Super Stove, but I don't want it to take off like a rocket. :roll: