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Teaser Shots : Podschelne Stove Works and Welding Model 721

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Corie, Oct 17, 2006.

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  1. Corie

    Corie Minister of Fire

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    Here's a few sneak peaks. I will be finishing up fab work friday night, and she will be installed and running by Sunday morning.

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  2. Corie

    Corie Minister of Fire

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    Uno mas!

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    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    My goodness, you could buy that extendaflue biz, and go to town.
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    Yeah ........... Do we have launch ? T- 10 , 9 , 8 , 7 , 6 ................
  5. Corie

    Corie Minister of Fire

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    I noticed two things in that first picture.

    1) I'm more bald than I thought.

    2) You can see the Harley in the background :)
  6. DonCT

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    Yea, I almost couldn't see the stove because of the glare ;-P

    But seriously, that looks SWEET!!!! I can't wait to see how it performs.
  7. Roospike

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    Well normally performance is great, less hair gives you less wind recentest .

    O' you were talking about the stove . ;-)

    FIRE IT UP !
  8. DonCT

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    Experience or rumor-monging????
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    I knew u were going to ask .......... %-P
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    that's incredible im guessing you made that stove yourself? cant Waite to see more pictures.

    thanks
    Jason
  11. TruePatriot

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    Corie,

    Congratulations! VERY impressive!

    But as was mentioned, your "public" awaits--when are you going to answer all those fine folks' questions? The vocational teacher using your stove as a model would be a nice "feather in your cap," especially when you sit down with the Venture Capitalist types, to found (and fund) "Coriebuilt Stoveworks." Or, how about "Coridonne Stoveworks"? ("Coridonne" sounds more upmarket, no? And now, with VC at least temporarily sidelined.... Okay, I used to write advertising--I admit it.)

    It's also VERY impressive that you got on Miller's site, period! I get the Miller email bulletins (I have an older Millermatic 150). The peeps that post their projects there are topshelf--you're in good company.

    Again, good for you!

    When can we expect some burn time/output reports--next heating season?

    Peter
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