just tinkering wrote:Less of a knack, more like an addiction. You guys never see the failures.
Tell us the feeling you got the first time you compressed the bottle into itself
just tinkering wrote:Tell us the feeling you got the first time you compressed the bottle into itself
OK, so after looking at the first can that I flipped I thought "well, this isn't going to be as easy as I thought it would be.".
BTW, if you add say 3 mls to the prime chamber AND have fuel in the donut shaped chamber then you will end up with a REALLY BIG FLAME .
just tinkering wrote:Additionally, if it works, my wife will be pleased about all the time that I spend working on stoves and will finally demonstrate a tangible benefit (aren't you done yet dear?). Out backpacking I only need to boil water as I don't do much real cooking on the trail. If the Day Tripper stove does simmer well, the more people may be interested in making one. That and it helps to expand the body of knowledge of alcohol stoves and will spur off other design ideas and iterations.
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