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Make a fire with sticks. How and where do you find the right wood to make a friction fire? This video gives some basic tips for finding suitable wood in any situation, wherever you are in the world. The basic principles are the same, irrespective of the type of environment.
Basically, you’re looking for a fast-growing plant, reaching straight up for the light. They often seem to have thorns, hairy bristles or irritating sap. Once they are dried, they will yield timber that is noticeably lighter than average, usually with a density of about 500kg/cu.m or less. The wood is also usually light in colour, often almost white. You are also looking for something fibrous; if it is too brittle, it will just crumble. One of the best “woods” to use is not from a tree at all, but from a grass. Yup. Pandas love them, so should you. We’re talking bout our friend Bamboo. If you find something with wood similar to bamboo, it’s probably going to work. It is used extensively in Asia for friction fires. There, the method of choice is the fire saw, but it works just fine for drilling methods too.
I am going to use something called bugweed, also sometimes called wild tobacco.
This description will be fleshed out later. Since I got better broadband, I don’t have time to write those long rambling descriptions anymore. Used to have all the time in the world whilst the video was uploading.
In our quest for fire we are always trying to find an easier way of doing things. So that we can then contive a complicated way of making a video about it. Friction fires are all about maximising the efficiency of each of the individual aspects. So I thought Iwould use the hand crank drill as a test-bed to demonstrate the basic principles becuase it does not require any special techniqhe to get the required speed. The rotation of the crank is a bit awkward, but at least the range of motion is limited and does not require any particular skill or practice. I would recommend it as a good way to get started with friction fires, because you can concentrate on getting an ember rather than the complicated interaction of muscles that is required for something like the bow drill. The bow drill is generally the most efficient way of starting a friction fire quickly, if you have practised the art. It’s a bit like riding a bike. You need to perform a number of different actions simultaneously for it to work. You need to embed the engrams on the different muscle groups, basically through trial and error. The problem is that you don’t know what is working and what isn’t, until you’ve actually formed an ember. So chicken and egg, rightr? But once you know what it looks like, you can then work towards a specific goal. THe muscles used for the crank drill are mostly in the fore-arm, they are not the largest or strongest muscles and they tend to tire quite quickly. For the bowdrill, we are using the pectorals and latissimus dorsi (lats) which are powerful muscles with a large range of movement.
We will be covering all the different ways of making a friction fire in later videos. I will show you the hand drill (and various ways to make it easier and/or more efficient) a pump drill, a spring drill, a foor pump drill, the fire saw etc etc. All work on the same basic principles we cover here.
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