[Gasification] Chip Guillotine
Doug.Williams at orcon.net.nz
Sun Jan 19 23:36:11 CST 2014
I think you guys are talking different stoves, so horses for courses might be the by-word here(:-) Not sure how long circular saws would last in developing countries. and anything like bike parts would vanish over night in the places I have seen.
Regardless of the fact that my efforts may be wasted for most reading this thread, I have really enjoyed putting the tools to work, and it gives me a change of things to think about, so thanks for the inspiration.
The Mk 2 version of the chipping guillotine is now completes with new side plates, and they fix the disc blade problem. I will get out for more test sticks to cut later in the week.
On Sun, 19 Jan 2014 21:40:27 -0500
Jeff Davis <jeffdavis0124 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Paul & List,
> I've been doing some bench test and do not see a reason to chip the
> stems so short, it just adds more work to the system. Best to match the
> stove to the fuel supply in this case sticks. Cut the stems to about 1'
> (1/3 of a meter) and save work. A hand saw and some kind of bench clamp
> seems to work fine. Maybe someday a bicycle powered circular saw.
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