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3d Plans - Rocket Cooktop with Lorena Option

 
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Can someone help me ... I'm trying here.  I simply cannot understand what happens between step 6 and step 7.  Step 7 clearly shows that all flow from the rocket stove riser is completely blocked from the cook top.  I just can't visualize the actual gas flow since all the pictures show a circular / semi-circular brick wrap around the pot which would block flow to the gas top.  I see how the flow gets to the pot, but flow beyond that point is very unclear ... how does the heated gas get to the stove top, how does it flow within the stove top chamber and then how does it get to the exhaust?  I can make guesses but the book clearly shows all flows being blocked so I'd just be guessing.  Can anyone help clarify?
 
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Jeff Bou wrote:Can someone help me ... I'm trying here.  I simply cannot understand what happens between step 6 and step 7.  Step 7 clearly shows that all flow from the rocket stove riser is completely blocked from the cook top.  I just can't visualize the actual gas flow since all the pictures show a circular / semi-circular brick wrap around the pot which would block flow to the gas top.  I see how the flow gets to the pot, but flow beyond that point is very unclear ... how does the heated gas get to the stove top, how does it flow within the stove top chamber and then how does it get to the exhaust?  I can make guesses but the book clearly shows all flows being blocked so I'd just be guessing.  Can anyone help clarify?



I agree. These 3D design drawings don’t show size of brick. How many layers. Doesn’t show the inside of the brick oven clearly as they are building the design of bricks for the stove. What type of hot plate did they use for the pot?
It says to watch the other free heat video which I don’t have access to. Unclear instructions.
 
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Jeff Bou wrote:Can someone help me ... I'm trying here.  I simply cannot understand what happens between step 6 and step 7.  Step 7 clearly shows that all flow from the rocket stove riser is completely blocked from the cook top.  I just can't visualize the actual gas flow since all the pictures show a circular / semi-circular brick wrap around the pot which would block flow to the gas top.  I see how the flow gets to the pot, but flow beyond that point is very unclear ... how does the heated gas get to the stove top, how does it flow within the stove top chamber and then how does it get to the exhaust?  I can make guesses but the book clearly shows all flows being blocked so I'd just be guessing.  Can anyone help clarify?



Hi Jeff! Im working on a diagram to specify this section, well update soon!
 
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jay wong wrote:
I agree. These 3D design drawings don’t show size of brick. How many layers. Doesn’t show the inside of the brick oven clearly as they are building the design of bricks for the stove. What type of hot plate did they use for the pot?
It says to watch the other free heat video which I don’t have access to. Unclear instructions.



Hi Jay! Thanks for the feedback, were working on an update to the plans to specify all these details. Ill keep you updated and make sure to include them.
 
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Hi Jay! Thanks for the feedback, were working on an update to the plans to specify all these details. Ill keep you updated and make sure to include them.



Hey, Andrés! Is the version currently available the original one or the updated one? I'm hoping to build this for my summer kitchen, but as it will be my first build, I'll need as much detail as I can get!
 
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Jane Mulberry wrote:Hey, Andrés! Is the version currently available the original one or the updated one? I'm hoping to build this for my summer kitchen, but as it will be my first build, I'll need as much detail as I can get!



Hi Jane! Not yet! Ive been dabbling w quite a bit with the low tech laboratory movies but its on my to do list very very soon! Ill make sure to keep you updated!!
 
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