Tag Archives: Earthbag

Journal of 10/14/2015

Early morning is cold near zero degree. I’m wearing a vest, cotton gloves, two long sleeves, long underwear pants. Ready to tackle the roof top Laying two rows of earthbag on the roof Regular visitor dropped by. The old lady … Continue reading

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Journal of 2014/11/05

Installation of foot switch on the drill press is done. Replaced tape wraps and strings with wire connectors, zip tie strips, and a plastic tube. Upgraded the wood lathe Redesigned claws of the drive center which has six small claws … Continue reading

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Journal of 2014/10/09

Bag stand My homemade work light worked fantastically last night. It was the first actual test. The snake probably said “What are you looking at? This is my meal.” I thought I sealed all the mouse holes but I missed … Continue reading

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Journal of 2014/09/28

Full size pounder made out of concrete for earthbag Removed the sheet metal mold. There is little crack on top. The bottom looks flat. Smoothed square edges of the handle bar using a grinder, flat and square files. Medium length … Continue reading

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Journal of 2014/09/22

I made a full pounder that is explained on Earthbag Building, Kaki Hunter and Donal Kiffmeyer. The full pounder weighs about 5.5 kg (12 pounds), shape is like plastic planter pot, 15 cm diameter, 17.5 cm height. I reduced diameter … Continue reading

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Earthbag Building

Source Dirt is the most fundamental element of earthbag construction, and it is the most abundant element on earth. Earthbag structures have been employed for many years and a variety of uses. These include flood control and temporary shelter during … Continue reading

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