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Old 12-18-2013, 10:36 PM
AZBill AZBill is offline
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Default Future solar cookers, sources

After much internet research, I finally found a source of aluminum dish antennas at a good price. Andersen Mfg (no relation to Andersen Windows) on North Yellowstone in Idaho Falls has 24" unpainted aluminum dishes for $50 each. Polishing will be up to the buyer. At one time they were selling solar cookers, not sure if they still are.....

I am working on another source in AZ, and in a few weeks I will be meeting with them. They can make dishes in 24, 30, and 36 inch diameters with longer focal lengths, about 17 inches. Short focal lengths are not a good thing with parabolic (dish) antennas. Not sure of price, but from what I know so far, very reasonable.

I am not selling anything myself, nor am I getting a commission.
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