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Inspired by the Vesto Stove, I set out to take some garbage and make my own high efficiency barbeque.Materials needed:2 empy paint cans of differing sizeHandfull of rivetsTools ...
You will want the outer can to be large enough to provide a decent cooking surface, with the inner can being only a bit smaller. The intent is ...
You will now be making the template for the air holes. A. Wrap tape at the top of outer can, and at bottom of inner can. Two layers ...
You need to mount the smaller can to the lid of the larger can. A. Run tape along the perimiter of lid. B. Place smaller can in center ...
A. Punch holes along smaller circle where the lines intersect. B. Using a large flat-head screwdriver, punch a line between these holes. Go all around lid. C. The ...
A. Flatten lid to can - tapping with hammer will help. (4th image, not 3rd image) B. Bend tabs to fit snugly to can. C. Drill a hole ...
Place inner can into outer can and snug the lid on.You're done.Before you cook food on this bad boy, you will need to fire it up and burn ...
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