Masonry Kitchen Range powered by a rocket

DevilsBrew Posted By DevilsBrew, Jun 25, 2013 at 6:35 AM

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    It's nice to see craftsmen at work. This is why I leave masonry work to the pros.
     
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    That is from Peter Van Den Berg's Youtube channel. I'm always excited about the prospects of a hybrid. A Van Den Berg type rocket with the bell system similar to Kuznetsov, a wicked window, and cool artistic brick design would be absolutely phenomenal in my book.
     
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    One fact that I have recently realized many aren't aware of - Peter Van Den Berg's Jtube designs are used in the Dragonheaters rocket cores.
     
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    great work...loved the chili peppers in the back ground at the start too....:cool:
     
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    Otherside :cool:
     
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    Very nice work by some talented masons.....one of my favorite hobbies is masonry.
    I plan on building an oven of my own design in the backyard, that's one of next summer's projects. Firebrick in the core, with natural stone on the outside. I may have to borrow this design, as it looks to be a good one.....thanks for sharing this video, Devilsbrew!
     
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    You're welcome, Scotty.

    I prefer masonry work so there may be future posts.
     
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