Joe Braxton wrote:
I've never built one, but the "groundhog" style kilns look to me to be the best candidates for a rocket heat source. Perhaps these will inspire you.
allen lumley wrote:Katrin K. : I see a lot of assumptions/presumptions of what you mean by using the word 'KILN' , can you come back and tell us do you want to bake- bread, wood, or clay ?
Or something else altogether ? While each of these projects require a "KILN" , there is considerable difference in the need to hold ether/both high and constant temperatures !
Hopefully we will get a diverse group of craftsmen to weigh in on your next answer ! For the good of the craft ! BIG AL !
Theresa Zelazny wrote:Can rocket mass stove technology be applied to firing ceramics? Has anyone tried this, if so how?
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