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   The reflectors are 1/8 plywood set at a 60 degree angle. Beveled edged for a good Gorrilla Glue seam. Glued on aluminum foil. Glued the reflectors to picture frame. Used 2 removable pin hinges and 2 latches between wood picture frame and curved box.
<p>Nicely done. I have been putting off trying one of these. I think you gave me the motivation I needed. I like the use of the roller grill suspended inside. Good job!</p>
<p>Nice design, be great if you could put some plans out.</p>
Step-by-step written instructions with measurements/proportions would greatly help support the pictures. You have to imagine you are teaching someone who knows nothing about building one of these, or anything else for that matter.
Great job ! <br>Well explained. <br>Makes it very tempting and yummy !&hellip; <br>Now let's visit Solar Baby n&deg;2 <br> <br>(had already visited the cardboard version page : shows your projects are real catches !)
Very nice model. I am from Netherland but live in the Philippines and cook almost every day if we have sun in my simple solarcooker. <br>I cook rice, potatoes, banana, meat but can not fry in the one I use. <br> <br>Look for more about the solarcooking <br>http://solarcooking.wikia.com/wiki/Solar_Cookers_World_Network_(Home)
This set-up is very clever. You have rather less writen instructions than I expected, but you made up for it in very well thought out pictures. I had to search back and forth in the pictures to see how you hung the tray to hold the food. At first I thought it should be easily seen in the picture with the bread in it, but I can't see it there, then I found a peek at it in the picture where you have the top tilted forward for loading. <br>Thank you for taking the time to post this for us.
What did you bake in there ? Looks delicious ;)

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