Instructables: exploring - outside - fire - can Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:20:16 PDT BLOX v1.01 5 minute build - Tin can cooker
5 minute build - Tin can cooker - More DIY How To Projects]]> chris_maker If you ever find yourself in the situation where lugging a huge camping stove around with you on a survival trip is not an option, try making this small, light and portable tin can cooker that will only take 5 minutes to knock up. It's about as simple as it gets, two household items that everyone ca...
By: chris_maker

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Sat, 23 Jul 2016 07:16:12 PDT
Vegetable oil Stove, Indoor and outdoor use!
Vegetable oil Stove, Indoor and outdoor use! - More DIY How To Projects]]> balsuryana Never heard stoves using vegetable oil? More efficient than the alcohol stove and other stoves! This is very useful when we are camping, hiking, in an emergency, outdoor / Indoor cooking, or just collection.Advantages:This stove can burn more than 30 minutes! Wow!Cheap & easy to buildMini, you can...
By: balsuryana

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Fri, 1 Jul 2016 07:11:38 PDT
simple beer can wood stove
simple beer can wood stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> Unboxingexperience7 This is a very simple wood stove, perfect for e.g. boiling a pot of waterAll you need is a small screw driver (beer) can Cute holes in a can Use a small screwdriver to cut holes in the can as seen in the pics / on the video Add wood Add wood and light it up
By: Unboxingexperience7

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Mon, 11 Aug 2014 13:21:36 PDT
Simple and Clean Penny Stove
Simple and Clean Penny Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> JoeyHersh This is a penny stove that I've built. The body of the stove is a tuna can. From the other penny stoves I've seen, this one is the cleanest, simplest, and most professional. Go ahead and make variations to the stove you build. The stove can boil water in a medium size pot in around four minutes. S...
By: JoeyHersh

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Wed, 12 Mar 2014 20:05:51 PDT
Side Burner Can Stove
Side Burner Can Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> charlieCG This is a side burner aluminum can stove. It combines several different designs I've seen online, with a couple touches of my own. I own several commercial backpacking stoves; the one I'll show you in this tutorial weighs significantly less than all of them. Anyone who has gone on an overnight campi...
By: charlieCG

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Thu, 5 Dec 2013 09:00:09 PST
Soup Can Trail stove (wood powered)
Soup Can Trail stove (wood powered) - More DIY How To Projects]]> SurvivorGear Hello Readers, Welcome to my first instructable, where I will show you how to create a wood burning soup can stove! Supplies Tools Step 1 The first Hole Step 2 Air intake Step 3 MOAR AIR! Step 4 Soup Can ASSEMBLE Assemble the stove's feet by putting the bolt in from the inside...
By: SurvivorGear

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Mon, 19 Aug 2013 15:01:26 PDT
How To Make Char Cloth With A Tuna Can
How To Make Char Cloth With A Tuna Can - More DIY How To Projects]]> The King of Random I sacrificed my kids clothes and a can of tuna to make some high quality fire starter!  Here's how to make a great batch of Char-Cloth to add to your emergency kit. Watch The Video! WARNING: This project should not be attempted without adult supervision and adequate...
By: The King of Random

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Thu, 7 Mar 2013 09:01:15 PST
how to make a charcloth-maker
how to make a charcloth-maker - More DIY How To Projects]]> rallekralle how to make a charcloth-maker im not responseble for anything you do whith this thing the stuff you need beer can wide can high can scissors tealight cotton cloth takeout take out the parrafin from the "cup" save the cup, its the part you will need use the scissors or a knife t...
By: rallekralle

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Tue, 5 Jun 2012 03:41:32 PDT
Altoids Pocket Survival Kit
Altoids Pocket Survival Kit - More DIY How To Projects]]> MicahelRoss This is my survival kit I made. Very useful in camping trips and survival situations. Neat, Pocket size, and ready to GO! Contents -Fishing hook -Needle -Napkin -2 Fire strikers -6 straw Fire starters -Tinfoil -2 Bandages -Mini Multi tool -5 Matches -2 Safety pins - 2 Birthday candles - Some sa...
By: MicahelRoss

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Mon, 27 Feb 2012 18:11:15 PST
Campfire Can
Campfire Can - More DIY How To Projects]]> freeza36 A small can I made into a miniature campfire. It has a hole in the side to put in more fuel, and wire stretched over the top to set food or a pan on. It works surprisingly well with my other Instructable, the "Camp Pan." The only problem is that you constantly have to put in fuel for the fire.
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Sat, 29 Oct 2011 14:23:53 PDT
How to make a homade/survival cangrill
How to make a homade/survival cangrill - More DIY How To Projects]]> XxFullMetalxX Heya thats my first instruction ^^ My english is not really good but sh*t happens xD you need: 1x needle 1xmultitool or a pliers 1x can some wire step one use the multitool and make some holes into the can step 2 now use the wire and  make a  net like a tennis racket step 3 make a hole ...
By: XxFullMetalxX

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Thu, 8 Sep 2011 12:00:49 PDT
Easy Single-Can Backpacking Stove
Easy Single-Can Backpacking Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> charlie.nourse 70$ for a simple stove? That's outrageous! Well, here is a simple stove design made from only a single can. This stove is ultra-light, has a 0% failure rate in normal to extreme conditions, is dirt cheap, and runs on readily available fuel. Don't empty your wallet for something worse than what you c...
By: charlie.nourse

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Mon, 15 Nov 2010 09:56:30 PST
Soup Can Brazier
Soup Can Brazier - More DIY How To Projects]]> Wasagi     First off, to avoid any confusion I took a lot of inspirtation for this project from Wobbler's Mini Camping Brazier. However, I didn't have a container like that one, so I made this project from a soup can.   "brazier, braiser    noun    a portable metal receptacle for burning charcoal or coal...
By: Wasagi

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Tue, 30 Mar 2010 19:02:40 PDT
From Rubbish to Rocketry
From Rubbish to Rocketry - More DIY How To Projects]]> b1tbang3r             One day, while walking through Wally-World (a sophisticated name for Wal-Mart), I happened upon a 3-pack of model rocket engines. I quickly searched through a pile on the shelf, but all I could find were puny A3-2 and C6-5 engines. Reading the back of the package, I saw that the C6-5s ...
By: b1tbang3r

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Fri, 30 Oct 2009 12:57:57 PDT
Acetone fueled camp stove
Acetone fueled camp stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> harley_rly This is my take on the pop can camp stove. I didn't have any other fuel so I used acetone, but you should be able to use almost any liquid fuel, but choose what you put in it carefully, you wouldn't want to put something like petrol in it. Also it has a removable pot holder that slips over it so tha...
By: harley_rly

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Fri, 26 Jun 2009 20:44:09 PDT
SodaCan "stove"
SodaCan "stove" - More DIY How To Projects]]> The Red Button A soda can mini stove/fireplace that keeps you warm. Or you can just burn stuff in it. I was just testing out my new rotary tool thingy so this is the first thing i built with it.I am NOT responsible for any injuries, or damages caused by building and using this SodaCan "stove".BTW i didn't copy thi...
By: The Red Button

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Sat, 27 Dec 2008 15:18:19 PST
Jolt Can Rocket
Jolt Can Rocket - More DIY How To Projects]]> shaneok7 i was bored one day and decided to try making a rocket out of a couple of Jolt cans. i used one at first then tried two connected because i wasnt satisfied with the amount of power. two cans and a nozzel did NOT work. it exploded in my face and left me deaf for about 10 minutes.
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Wed, 15 Oct 2008 20:53:56 PDT
Build a low tech CFV stove
Build a low tech CFV stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> watermelon The most popular alcohol fuel based DIY backpacking and camping stoves utilize aluminum beverage cans to provide a laminar or pressurized vapor fed flame. However, they have limited fuel storage and thermal generating capacity, durability and adaptability. Most require an extraneous pot stand or hol...
By: watermelon

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Fri, 8 Feb 2008 17:01:55 PST
An emergency personal pocket stove
An emergency personal pocket stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> thinkahead You can make an emergency personal pocket and super ultralight backpacker's stove, based on low tech CFV (Capillary Force Vaporizer) technology, with the following materials: 1. an empty soda can for the pot some other type of can like a veggie can and 2. a few sheets of toilet paper, paper towel,...
By: thinkahead

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Tue, 5 Feb 2008 11:28:32 PST
My Mini Stove (Instructions By NK5)
My Mini Stove (Instructions By NK5) - More DIY How To Projects]]> i make shooting things This is a Mini stove that i built using NK5s' instructable Mostly i did a slide show to show NK5 and a few others some pictures (i didnt want to crowd his comments with my pics) I did make a few little changes, i used cotton balls and rubbing alcohol (instead of HEET and fiberglass) I used a candle ...
By: i make shooting things

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Thu, 31 Jan 2008 15:17:56 PST
Tin Can Sterno Stove
Tin Can Sterno Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> gamer This is a soup can that I turned into a stove to use with the well known sterno gel fuel. It will heat up soup, tea, ravioli, hot chocolate, and a lot of those other canned/liquid goods. It can be used indoor and outdoor safely. This is my second instructable/ my dads first. Materials And Tools Y...
By: gamer

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Tue, 18 Sep 2007 08:39:47 PDT
Make Char Cloth
Make Char Cloth - More DIY How To Projects]]> Graywolf In this entry I will show you how to make char cloth which will aid you in fire starting the primitive way. Make the char tin You need a tin of some sort it just hast to be a closeable tin that is kinda air tight like a tin of mints or maby a altoid can. When you get your tin you need to punch a ...
By: Graywolf

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Mon, 16 Oct 2006 19:33:59 PDT