When you say a "reasonably tight" chamber it should be noted the chamber
really needs to be reasonably loose, so steam can readily flow. A
reasonably tight chamber will result in too little heating and too much
kindling, at least by my definition of "reasonably tight":-)
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I've always understood it is the heat that allows wood to bend, and the
water (steam) is mainly there to facilitate heating the wood w/o burning
it. Not saying soaking in cold, soapy water will, or will not work, but
for gradual bends, 3/16th thick wood can bend some with little fuss.
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