Cooking Castle - A flat pack rocket stove Outdoor

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Summary

This is a re-mix of the Rocket King on Amazon. I took my inspiration from that design, however I added a bottom plate, a top grate, an upper shelf position, changed the dimensions, thickness, air inlets, shelf, and storage method. This flat pack rocket stove is 10"x7"x7" plus the shelf. The shelf has two positions, one near the bottom to load wood fuel, and one at the top to support canned fuel. The base has a bottom plate to contain ash, and has air inlet holes on all for sides for even air flow. These holes double as a place to add a carabiner to clip all of the parts for storage. The upper grate supports smaller pots or cans, and also adds rigidity to the stove. The unit pictured is 14ga aluminum with clearances for easy fitment. If you want to use thinner material, I suggest tightening up the fitment slots, or just adding nubs to them. If making this out of aluminum, the top grate must be steel.

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Creative Commons - Attribution

You may distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon this work, even commercially, as long as you credit Kevin Erickson for the original creation.

Published

4 years ago

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  • Frank - 4 years ago
    Thanks Kevin!

  • Donald Walls - 4 years ago
    Nice looking design I will be cutting one of these out soon. Thank you for the share. D Walls

  • Corey - 4 years ago
    great design thank you for the share

  • Mike Fulton - 4 years ago
    Great design can't wait to try it out!

  • Khoa Huynh - 4 years ago
    May i ask why the top plate should be steel? is it because of food poisoning reason or material durability reason? Thank you!

    Kevin Erickson (OP) - 4 years ago
    It melts if it's aluminum. The sides hold up fine, it's just the grate that is in the direct flame that has a problem.

  • Daniel Barker - 3 years ago
    I cut this out today out of 16 ga. cold roll steel for the sides, stainless for the grates, and its absolutely wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

  • Theodore Bowers - 3 years ago
    thanks this is ready cool I WILL MAKE A FEW FOR MY KIDS and a few more thanks again

  • Jur Diteweg - 3 years ago
    Thnx, where is the step file? Greets Jur

  • Puput - 3 years ago
    Thanks, Mr. Kevin Erickson

  • Matt Hilsenhoff - 3 years ago
    Looking forward to making these! Thank you!

  • Matt - 3 years ago
    Nice!

  • Chuck - 3 years ago
    Perfect

  • Daniel - 2 years ago
    Made this out of 14 GA. Works great, but bottom plate doesn't do much, I prefer running it without, and saved material. I prefer to dig a small pit. The top won't fit, but again to save on Mat'l I'd pass and just run a pot on it's broad 4 corners. The corners already protrude past the cook surface, might be an area to look at re designing, but I run without the top and bottom. Great design Kevin.

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