So now I present to you my "Sideburner Jet Stove." This stove is of my own design, a jet stove that you can use as a pot-stand itself. This stove is great if you want a lightweight stove or just to stay warm. (Just please don't use it in enclosed spaces, otherwise nasty carbon monoxide might get you.) I have entered this Instructable into the Stay Warn Contest, so please vote for me. ;)
This stove is a mix between an sideburner stove and a pressurized jet stove. Denatured alcohol is the preferred fuel, but rubbing alcohol may work. (Not tested) Denatured alcohol is commonly used for laquer thinner, and the yellow HEET is denatured alcohol. (Basically)
Step 1: Materials
- Three pop cans - One needs to be unopened.
- A smallish screw
- JB Weld - This stuff is awesome. You can use other high-temperature sealants, just make sure it can withstand 600 degrees Fahrenheit or more.
- Scrap wood, 20mm high and a piece 30mm high.
- Sand paper
- Drill bit just a tad bigger that screw, or you can use one slightly smaller and actually screw the screw in.
- Awl or other small, pointy object. (Like a needle)
- Utility knife blade