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Published on Mar 20, 2011
This was a bit of fun for me, mostly to see if I could make a "folding" wood burning stove that is easy and fast to assemble with cold tired hands.. It had to be cheap, made with easy to get bits and without requiring specialised tools or skills because I have neither. The stove is made up with two steam trays (from a catering shop) bits of metal from a 1 gallon oil tin, chop sticks/Easton pole tube section/screws and wing nuts for the legs. The expensive part is the titanium chimney assembly from TiGoat The stove part is 560g (19.75oz) the chimney is 180g (6.35 oz) for 4' (mine is 7') plus 55g (2 oz) for the rings/damper/end rings and spark arrester. Franco