Jocelyn Campbell wrote:Food is not considered part of the price of the workshop, however, workshop participants will be invited to dine with Paul.
paul wheaton wrote:
Sep 19-21 Rocket Mass Heater Workshop
Rocket Mass Heater Workshop: This is a standard, formal workshop taught by Ernie and Erica. There might be four other innovators hanging out too - but it is really up to them if they participate. This will start on Friday, Sep 19th at dusk with Fire Science. Saturday and Sunday will be divided between classroom time and hands on experience in building a rocket mass heater. $450. 25 students max.
To reserve your spot(s) send payment via paypal to paul at richsoil.com.
This is a standard rocket mass heater workshop using cob. This will not use a shippable core. It will be a standard cob core. And a cob bench.
Kathryn Yelsa wrote:If I take the rocket stove class will I get a blue print or model of the fabrication so that I can build one at home? the the model of the fabricated metal parts. And can or will there be an option to apply this technology on a wood burning cook stove.
paul wheaton wrote:
Any other ideas?
paul wheaton wrote:Each of the six innovators will, of course, work on whatever strikes their fancy. And they are welcome to say what they are currently thinking what their fancy is (or not) and they are free to change their minds later.
Peter Berg wrote: That would involve some metalwork duct to be done, are there materials and tools to cut, grind and weld?
Matt Walker wrote:Peter, I have some good transformer based voltage converters, but I think you guys are 50hz which makes things more difficult. Are you planning on bringing your 330? I think maybe we can share my US power adapter to charge them?
paul wheaton wrote:Yes. We have two mig welders, several grinders, oxy acetylene ... we have lots of stuff for working with metal.
David Miller wrote:Hi Folks, I need a little help. I'm trying to think thru the logistics of coming to the workshop and need help. Where is the closest airport, train station etc. Also, what's the address of the farm?