What’s under your wood today?

Discussion in 'Kodo Corner: The Wood' started by Martin, Jan 16, 2019.

  1. Martin

    Martin Active Member

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    Just arrived from France thanks to Abdenbi. Very nicely made and well packaged for safe arrival. Looking forward to maiden voyage.
     

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    Love this burner, it's well designed and well built. what does your voltage go up to? I have the older power supply
     
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    The digital readout says 30.0 when completely turned up. The wood seems to burn nicely at less than half of that. Experimenting with Hindi and Filipino agarwoods.
     
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    What does it cost?
    I couldn't find a listing
     
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    Abdenbi is located in Dijon, France. The payment is in Euros which worked out to be just under $150.00usd. That’s complete with shipping. Excellent communication and very carefully packaged for shipping. [email protected].
     
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    watch out. as per KZ even at 13 voltage, the wood can ignite. i never felt i needed to go above 12. mine goes to 12.6 and no more. IMHO based on fineness of shavings powder, granule or chips, 8-11 is where its at. lower temp for powder, higher temp for thicker pieces. I also regardless start super low and then gradually crank up to enjoy all the facets. enjoy!
     
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    Great choice. My buddy greg has one and it works great.


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    Nice to look at a picture of it. Ordered mine yesterday .. there’s a bit of a delay now and will have to wait a couple of weeks at least
     
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