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For Part 3 of the rocket mass heater workshop jamboree, we will be building a skiddable canning kitchen.   This will feature a lot of lorena style rocket cooker action.   We hope to be able to can about four to six times faster than a single conventional kitchen.  

Before the workshop begins, we need the skiddable structure to be ready:



The interior floor plan will be 8x16.

Thanks to Davin Hoyt for drawing up something to get us started:

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Looks good - I really like the diamond pattern developing on the wall there.   Seems like a good way to utilize "off cuts" (smaller pieces of lumber) without looking shabby - make the shorter boards part of the design.

Was it done like that to use up lumber, or just because it looks cool?
 
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Julia Winter wrote:Looks good - I really like the diamond pattern developing on the wall there.   Seems like a good way to utilize "off cuts" (smaller pieces of lumber) without looking shabby - make the shorter boards part of the design.

Was it done like that to use up lumber, or just because it looks cool?


It was done like this to add structural integrity.  Kinda like knee-braces-gone-wild!
 
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