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Step 2: Cutting the Hanger

First of all we need to cut our hanger into smaller rods which will function as the grill.

If you are using an altoids tin then the rod sections need to be 10 cm long, if you are using any other type of tin then just measure the length and add 5mm so the ends will poke out the sides, this stops them falling down when cooking.

I would recommend making 5 rods but the number is up to you.
Aurelius114 years ago
when you cut the rods, you can leave 1cm. Then, take pliers and bend that extra cm. You'll end up with an"L" shape. That extra bit will stop the rods from falling out. (If you tilt it that way)
 you could use a pair of dykes
one snap and you have a cut in less than a few seconds
 why did you use the handsaw if you had a dremel. nice ible 5*
dabombmaker5 years ago
dude in order to make a perfect project better (you no like 11 out of 10) drill holes in the bottom section to get more heat and make a slide to cover them up. the more holes open the more heat, or cover up a few holes for less heat... and legs
Gorfram5 years ago
Cool idea, and nice 'Ible! :)

Just one tiny little picky point:
"...rod sections need to be 10 cm long, if you are using any other type of tin then just measure the length and add 5cm so the ends will poke out the sides..."
(emphasis added by me)

Er, perhaps you mean "5 mm" here?
(...unless I'm totally missing some part of the concept?)

Glad you won in the contest! :)

=SMART= (author)  Gorfram5 years ago
Oh lol, Thanks for pointing that out, ill change it now :P Thanks !!