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!! Rocket Engine - 3D Plans

 
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This step by step 3D set of plans serves as a comprehensive guide for constructing a modular rocket heater, detailing the rocket engine component specifically. This innovative design was developed as part of the Low Tech Laboratory initiative and at the 2022 Permaculture technology Jamboree by the instructor Uncle Mud. Please note that the plans for additional modules, such as the kiln and rocket hot tub, are provided separately.





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Rocket Engine - 3D Plans
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I would like to know how much does the burn chamber weight approximately?

Why aren't there fire ratings on the bricks material and ceramic board? What should it be? In my case, it would be needed to make sure I am able to get the proper material and I think there should be a note about it, because a lot of business seems to sell cheap material that won't last.
 
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Jordan Beaupré wrote:I would like to know how much does the burn chamber weight approximately?

Why aren't there fire ratings on the bricks material and ceramic board? What should it be? In my case, it would be needed to make sure I am able to get the proper material and I think there should be a note about it, because a lot of business seems to sell cheap material that won't last.



Hi Jordan! Ill find out this info with the experts and include it in. Thanks for pointing out!
 
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Andrés Bernal wrote:

Jordan Beaupré wrote:I would like to know how much does the burn chamber weight approximately?

Why aren't there fire ratings on the bricks material and ceramic board? What should it be? In my case, it would be needed to make sure I am able to get the proper material and I think there should be a note about it, because a lot of business seems to sell cheap material that won't last.



Hi Jordan! Ill find out this info with the experts and include it in. Thanks for pointing out!



Thank you.

I was also wondering, I've seen notches being added at different places in the burn chamber to get better burn. Is that something worth trying to add to this burn chamber?
 
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