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This is my second attempt at a solar oven. My first was made from cardboard and worked okay. The first I built to make sure I understood the ...
You can get by with fewer tools. These are the ones I used. Tools Table Saw Miter Saw Jig Saw Drill Drill bits Square Ruler Corner Clamps Staple ...
The plywood I used was from an old stage. It was 1/2 an inch thick. Make sure you know what pans/dishes you will be using in the oven ...
The outer box needs to have some space to allow for your insulation. I made the outer box 16"x16"x10". This allowed for about an inch of insulation. I ...
I learned in my research that most of the heat lost from a solar oven is through the glass. In hindsight I might have been able to make ...
Now put the two boxes together. I made a spacer so that the smaller box would be flush with the top of the larger box. At first I ...
I got the measurements for the reflector from this instructable on solar ovens. The widest size of the trapezoid is 2.25 x cook chamber width and the height ...
Test your oven. See how it is working and make see if there are any improvements you can make. You can see my testing data here. In the ...
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