Making A Steambox

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Making a steambox is post about Shaping bookmarked by gilbert with ID 12913505593 was uploaded on 03-02-2019 and has been viewed 120,206 times.

This steambox is made with a liquid propane gas cooker, a common 5-gal.metal paint can (scrubbed clean), a closet fl*ng* (the plumbing fixture for mounting a toilet onto the floor) and a length of 4-in.

PVC pipe.Bolt the metal closet fl*ng* to the lid of the can, and drill numerous holes through the lid within the circumference of the collar.Set the PVC pipe on the collar to make a chamber for the wood being steamed.

Because I steam mostly chair posts and strips for Shaker boxes, I cut the PVC pipe 48 in.long.But you can vary the length of the tube to suit the workpiece.While the steambox is working, I set a PVC end cap loosely over the tube...

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