Hi Permies! Geez, I'm a spammer these days. Sorry about that, I'm just finally getting to this backlog of inside work I've been building up for a while now. It's howling wind and a sideways downpour out there, so I'm getting much sitting work done these days. Anywho, I finally, finally got around to getting after these plan sets, and the latest one is the glorious and much revered Peter van den Berg 6" Batch Rocket. I've been making these with ceramic fiber for a few years now, and the performance is out of this world. They also are dead simple to build. The material can be easily cut with a utility knife or hand saw. The parts pin together for assembly inside the skin of your choice. I've recently made some videos showing some simple ways to build doors and hardware, and some info on building with the ceramic fiber board. I'm working to make these stoves accessible to anyone, and I think these methods go a long way towards that goal. Hopefully this will help some of you build a great stove! Thanks for the opportunity to share.
You can find plans for the Peter van den Berg Batch Rocket, and many other stoves, here:
Here's a video of me lighting one off, skinned in aluminum as part of my aluminum series.