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    Harbour Freight DIY kit

    Won’t run a car, but will run large motorcycle motors and similar. Like 400-700cc at top end.

    Uses the standard of wood pellets.

    I believe he’s making “No welding required” kits for sale, so just bolt up. But he’s open sourcing it, so you do it all yourself if you can weld decently.

    And he list a pellet stove that’s almost smokeless and a power plant system for serious household/industrial uses.

    https://www.thriveoffgrid.net/

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    Here’s one video about it. Looks like he’s adding more...


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    Here is the all new Harbor Freight Gasifier!! Ive decided to open source the new reactor technology in a non weld kit. That will start out at $350.00 into pricing. It will go up to $450.00 later. I will also offer the full ring set for $120.00. There is 18 rings / flanges the user will need to source the rest. Ill provide a BOM and some instructions.

    This kit is also a hybrid featuring a dual reactor system. There is a charcoal afterburner reactor in the lower that completely eliminates the grate system. This thing is stupid simple!!. The hopper simply slips onto the reactor and is not even bolted down to it. Might need to chain it or something to keep it from flying off in the case of a puff back haha. But where this shines is no need for a puff back lid, just a simple filler neck as this is a pellet machine. They pour nearly well as a liquid. This will not have the hopper moisture issues that plague most other machines as well. Fuel stays perfectly dry all the way to combustion in this reactor system. :fire:

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