Really appreciate your comment !Thx
Hi, Sorry for late reply ... It took me around 40 hours to complete the whole project ! Hope it inspired you !
Nice idea door slider ! What's fun with building stuff its that there always place for improvement !
Its always a load case question. ... in my situation, (10x12 shed), I was sure that a set of 2x8 @ 16'' c/c with a joist span around 8'0'' would clearly hold the thing Well. Ses table belowhttps://pin.it/rfycvjnds63cr7
Thank you for your comment !I Forget To put the dimension on the drawing you're right.The distance between the 2 beams is about 7'-6'' ...And how I come up with? ... by joining 2x 2x10 together. ... not sure I got your question right?Best regardsSimon
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Hi ! Thank you for your comment ! And I agree with you, this kind of construction can be easily move if it's well built ... With your story, I know that's possible !Best regards
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I appreciate your comment ! Thank you :-D
Hehe ... why not ! Many maple trees in Greece ?Thanks for the comment
Merci à toi pour ton commentaire M. Jambon ! ça fait toujours du bien de parler Francais ici ! :-D
Amazing work !We can feel the passion in your work ...You got my vote sir !
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Hi, Thank you ... and I all agree with you about your comment ! I'm looking foward to change my stove and replace it by a real evaporator ... Alway's place for improvement !
Thank you for the comment !I'm still collecting the Sap this week and next week before boiling it. Hope I will get around 150 liters. I should be able to boiled it in one day with my little setup ! A fire that will last for around 15 hours! I should end up with about 4 liters of maple sirup ! Not much I know. ... but a lot of fun !
Happy to hear that this project inspired you ! Thanks for the comment !
Really nice project there ! I think you have the best solution in hand and hope for you that the governement will clearly see the benefit of your idea and help you with your bussiness !!
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Hi ! There's maple trees a lot in Canada and in the North of the USA. But here in the Province of Québec in Canada, we produce 70% of the maple sirup around the world !
Hi !I agree with you ! (Regarding Soaking the staves in water ) that would propably fixed the hoops issue. Thanks for the comments
Tu es trop gentil mon Français préféré !
I appreciate your comment thank you ! Even more from a an instructor like you :-D
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Hi, I had the same question and worries in fact... yes, black chimney's supposed to be for interior use ... and yes, it will probably rust ... but as-off right now (2 month later), no rust happen yet ! To answer your question, it cost me around 180$/can for everthing ... way under the price of a real 2 wall stainless steel chimney ... I took the guess and I'm still happy with my decision ... In my opinion, it really depend on the type of construction you're doing ... if it's like a shack ... I found sad to put the same amount of me for the chinmey and the whole project itself ...
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Metal roofing with the wood for the structure cost me 1250$ ... If I add the door, windows, chimney and fasteners ... I came up with a total cost around 2200$/can ...
Why not ! even more recycling ...
Hi,I appreciate your comment thank you ! and I agree with your son ... dont let your neighbors take that gorgeous sugar out of your trees ;-p ... take advantage of it instead !
Nicely done ! We can Feel the passion in your work
Bonjour ! Merci pour le commentaire et ça fait plaisir de parler en Francais ! :-D
Thank you for your comment !The administrators of the site are aware of the situation and said that the issue should be fixed soon. ... sorry
Glad To hear that ... in my opinion ... its the best sugar ! Why not use every maple tree possible !
Thanks for your comment. ... maybe the best way to deal with snow is to walk there with snowshoes... have fun 😉
Thanks for your comment. ... maybe the best way to deal with snow is to walk there with snowshoes... have fun !!
Hi René, a sugar shack is a place use to make maple sirup ... (where the maple water's boiled to obtain maple sirup)Best regardsSimon
Thanks for the comment !Sugar shack are made To make maple sirup !
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Regarding the broken link ... do you have a premium account ? I know you need this to download PDF ... If yes, I dont know why this happen ...
Thanks ! I'm lucky to have a brother who work in a shop that make a lot of thing with stainless steel ...so he gave me a piece of sheet 14 ga. stainless steal !
Thank you for your comment. ... in the same way, I now have the song '' down under - men at work '' in my head !
Thank you for your comment !, Regarding the smoke ... The black chimney is there for the fire smoke ... The steam that will come from maple water will be evacuate thru the 2 opening in the roof (unfortunately call a chimey too) I understand it can be confusing ... hope it's more clear ...I agree with you about the concrete slab ... pretty sure it will crack somehow ... if so ... it will still keep is function and it will have more charm ;-p ...I will post another instructable only for the making of maple sirop in the next month ... I will explain it deeper ...
Absolutly right avoir the meshing in the concrete slab ... I missed that one I agree.. always place for improvement ... that's the thing with building staffThanks for your comment !
Thank you for your comment ! I also looked at what type of product stores can offer me and at what price ... and that's why I came out with this project ... Product of the shelf were really expensive and oftently build with poor material ... (in my opinion) ... I encourage you to build your own !
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Thanks alot for you comments, I appreciate !
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Hi, firstly, thanks for the comment ... Iunderstand you well ... I like playing with wood and otherthings more than electricity let say ....I will try to explain it to you simply.First, I split my source of power in the atticin 2. (It's the 2 wires that you see down the chains ...So in the first electric box, I connected one of the power wire, 2 lamp sockets and the bridge that brings the current to the secondbox. In the second box, I already had the bridge, plus 3 lamp sockets.For summary, I had 5 lights plugged into thefirst 2 boxes electric.Same thing with the left electrical box,a power wire, a bridge and 2 sockets.and in the last boxes, I had the bridge, plus 2lights ...So here, I hope I was clear enough.
Hi, firstly, thanks for the comment ... I understand you well ... I like playing with wood and other things more than electricity let say ....I will try to explain it to you simply.First, I split my source of power in the attic in 2. (It's the 2 wires that you see down the chains ...So in the first electric box, I connected one of the power wire, 2 lamp sockets and the bridge that brings the current to the second box. In the second box, I already had the bridge, plus 3 lamps sockets.For summary, I had 5 lights plugged into the first 2 electrical boxes.Same thing with the right electrical box, a power wire, a bridge and 2 sockets.and in the last boxes, I had the bridge, plus 2 lights ...I hope I was clear enough.
Hi, Thank you for your comment ! The things with the cut-out was that I need a deeper depth than my skill saw allowed me to do ... The goal was to reduce weight ... but you're totally right ... your technic is much faster and at the end, i didnt reduce that much weight by going a bit deeper ! We always learn !
Hi, firstly, thanks for the comment ... I understand you well ... I like playing with wood and other things more than electricity let say ....I will try to explain it to you simply.First, I split my source of power in the attic in 2. (It's the 2 wires thatyou see down the chains ...So in the first electric box, I connected one of the power wire, 2 lamp sockets andthe bridge that brings the current to the second box. In the second box, I alreadyhad the bridge, plus 3 lamp sockets.For summary, I had 5 lights plugged into the first 2 electric boxes.Same thing with the right electrical box, the left power wire, a bridge and2 sockets.and in the last boxes, I had the bridge, plus 2 lights ...So here, I hope I was clear enough.
Thank you sir !
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It will last for decade ! ;-p
Thank you for your comment, I appreciate ! :-D ... and I encourage you to start your ''small'' challenge ...
Thank you for your comment ! and I agree and encourage you ... it could be even better from scratch !
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