If you are having trouble keeping the stove lit, you can make a windscreen for it as well.
Thanks to Sam for demonstrating the project for this Instructable.
"Submitted by Ace Monster Toys Hackerspace in Oakland, CA for the Instructables Sponsorship Program"
Step 1: Tools & Materials
* blocks of scrap wood (one approx 3/4" thick + a few thinner ones)
* razor blade
* pushpin or two
* old Phillips screwdriver
* pliers, needle nose if you have them
* one penny
* liquid camp fuel (e.g. white gas or perhaps methanol -- isopropyl alcohol won't quite work)
Step 2: Make Beverage Can Cutting Jig
The jig is basically a razor blade held into place onto the top part of a block of scrap wood with push pins/screws. You need two different thicknesses here: we used 3/4" for the burner (top) part and 1 1/8" for the body (bottom) part of the stove. Our piece of wood was 3/4" thick, and we had a few thin bits to put under it in order to get more thickness for the second part.
Be very careful with this part, and with cutting the cans in general. Metal can be very sharp!