Well now, a new favorite in town! TRexGraphix is our kind of salvage beast!
Plastic bucket from local bakery – $1
1 Empty soup can – Free
1 Eight inch scrap metal tube –Free
2 Plastic paper roll end caps from sign shop – Free
1 9 x 12 wood board 1 ½ thick – Free
1 Counter top board – Free from estate sale
1 Bag CHENG Outdoor Pro Formula Mix Charcoal color – $30
1 Bag Volcano rock – Free leftover from gas fireplace insert
2 Bags (120 lbs) of concrete mix – $8
20 Drywall screws
1 Roll Duct Tape
1 Gallon of water
via Concrete Tiki Rocket Stove.
Fabricating a Heavy-Duty Rocket Stove by eaahnen
Ahh Instructables, how do we love thee? Like a rocket (stove)!
Rocket stoves are small efficient stoves that can produce a hot flame with only a few small pieces of wood. The reason it is called a rocket stove is because when wood is added to the fire the flames create an internal draft. As the draft is created, the fire begins to produce a jet of fire coming through the stove pipe. The stove flame eventually becomes so hot that it produces very little smoke. The stove should be able to produce a hot continuous flame that will lick the bottom surface of a pot or pan placed on top of the stove.
Now GO Make it!
via Fabricating a Heavy-Duty Rocket Stove.