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I decided to try my hand at making an Altoids tin grill after reading about the eBq. This one is powered by a standard-sized charcoal briquette and is capable ...
Materials 1 Altoids sours tin 4x 1.5" sheet metal screws with wide heads (or 4x washers to match) 8x nuts to thread on screws 70mm metal computer fan guard ...
Using the small 70mm fan guard as a template, drill 4 holes in the tin slightly inside the screw holes. They don't need to be perfect, but they ...
Using the snips and the large fan grill as a template, cut 4 small slots in the rim of the tin. These should be thin so that they ...
The small grill will hold the briquette. It needs to sit about a quarter inch or so below the bottom of the grill due to the thickness of ...
The second nut on each leg serves to align the bottom rack. Tighten each one until the lower grill is level and about a quarter inch from the ...
Using the tin snips and needle nose pliers cut 4 notches in the lid so that it can fit over the tin when the upper grill is installed. ...
Your grill is now complete! To use simply remove the top rack, set a briquette on the lower rack, reinstall the top rack and light the briquette from ...
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