Inspired by the traditional “Bullerjan” stove and wood ovens made of car rims
I built this convection oven.
My idea was to use the profile of the rims as air channels to maximize the efficiency.
Cold air is sucked in to the channels from below. It flows against the furnace wall where it is heated and blows out of the top. This ventilation is the key to the efficiency.
2mm sheet metal (for the outer paneling)
Stainless steel rods and screws
Wenge-wood for the handles
A mixture of hydrogen Peroxide 12%, vinegar and salt (ratio 4/1/0,5) for the rust
ewm welding for the great supporthttps://www.ewm-group.com/
for the welding helmet
James Carnwath @James Sunburst
for the music
for recording the final scene