Instructables: exploring - camping - alcohol Fri, 31 Jul 2015 12:33:24 PDT BLOX v1.01 All In One Stove
All In One Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> zippetydooda I would like to publicly admit I am a charter member of ASBA – Alcohol Stove Builders Anonymous. I got addicted years ago when I saw my first one and have been hacking up pop cans ever since. I realized my addiction was severe a few years ago when I looked across the table at my teenage son who ha...
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Tue, 3 Feb 2015 13:50:13 PST
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...
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Wed, 12 Mar 2014 20:05:51 PDT
Mini Alcohol Camping Stove
Mini Alcohol Camping Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> rcaddict Here is a cool little alcohol stove that is easy to make but produces a lot of heat. I used small cans in this design however the concept can be replicated with cans of other sizes, I recommend regular coke or beer cans but I used slightly smaller tonic water cans. I hope you enjoy building your own...
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Sun, 29 Dec 2013 04:31:45 PST
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...
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Thu, 5 Dec 2013 09:00:09 PST
Titanium Plate Alcohol Stove
Titanium Plate Alcohol Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> Mrballeng The idea behind this design was to make a burner plate which could be placed right on top of a soda can. If the can was damaged you could replace it by just taking a can opener to a new empty soda can. This reservoir is 8 ounces. Smaller than your standard 12 ounce can. I found out the can was too ...
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Wed, 25 Sep 2013 18:46:12 PDT
Best Mini Alcohol Stove
Best Mini Alcohol Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> survivorman371 Materials 1) 2 aluminum pop cans2) x-acto knife3) A black permanent marker 4) Sand paper or a sanding sponge5) Scissors 6) Ruler7) Drill with a 1/16 drill bit or a push pin8) A pair of pliers Cutting The Cans First on one can you want to remove the tab. And on that can mark 1 1/2 inches from...
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Sat, 8 Jun 2013 16:21:28 PDT
Self-pressurizing, chimney-type alcohol stove
Self-pressurizing, chimney-type alcohol stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> rmpress In this Instructable, I will show you how to build one of the most efficient types of alcohol stoves: a self pressurizing, chimney-type stove. Disclaimer: This project involves sharp tools, sharp pieces of metal, fuel, and fire.  I take no responsibility for any and all damage that you do by follow...
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Sun, 31 Mar 2013 19:17:14 PDT
Soda Can Stove aka Penny Stove
Soda Can Stove aka Penny Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> pmadden2 This is an instructable on how to make a simple yet effective small and portable alcohol stove. Its great for camping, emergencies, or just for fun. Gather Materials You will need scissors, a sharpie or other permanent marker, two aluminum cans, a tack or small nail, and a hammer. Mark Cutting ...
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Thu, 21 Mar 2013 17:59:41 PDT
Johan's Favourite Alcohol Stove: One-Can Sideburner
Johan's Favourite Alcohol Stove: One-Can Sideburner - More DIY How To Projects]]> JohanJShaw Johan's Favourite Alcohol Stove : One-Can Sideburner (No Pot Stand) This stove uses only one can and needs no pot stand. The design transfers a lot of heat into the pot and not around it. On taller cans, you have plenty of material left from the middle of the can to create some sort of windscreen....
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Tue, 12 Feb 2013 13:30:51 PST
ultra light pot stand for alcohol stove
ultra light pot stand for alcohol stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> Professor-Mousedude I already have an alcohol stove, but I needed a way to securely hold my cook pot at the correct height. I searched the internet for pot-stand designs, but most shared the same flaws. Most folding wire tripod designs allow the pot to easily slide off. This is because the base of the pot rests o...
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Sun, 4 Nov 2012 05:14:10 PST
Alcohol stove and stand funcky Alcohol stove and stand I found several plans and pictures of alcohol stoves online a few years back. And after several attempts of making and using other people’s stoves, I ended up with this combination of ideas in my ‘own’ design. The Stove is made from two 12oz Red Bull cans.  I painted the st...
By: funcky

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Thu, 4 Oct 2012 18:47:58 PDT
Best Penny Stove with Built in Primer!!!
Best Penny Stove with Built in Primer!!! - More DIY How To Projects]]> neiled_it There are alot of stoves out there that have trouble priming them. This makes it so you don't have to throw gas on the ground or all over your stove.   Here is what you'll need.   Cutting the Bottom Can Using a sharpie and a book or small box mark a line all the way around about an inch and half ...
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Mon, 21 May 2012 00:37:44 PDT
$20 Fish Smoker Attachment for Alcohol Camping Stove
$20 Fish Smoker Attachment for Alcohol Camping Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> jazzguitar1963 Most fish smokers are large, cumbersome things that cost $100 or more. I like to be able to smoke a trout at the side of the river, so I wanted a smoker one that could be used with my Trangia and was portable. This one was made for less than $20, takes no time to make, works very well and can be dro...
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Fri, 20 Apr 2012 18:19:07 PDT
Pocket Alcohol Stove - "Jet Stove" (Camper's Guide)
Pocket Alcohol Stove - "Jet Stove" (Camper's Guide) - More DIY How To Projects]]> ASCAS Today I am going to show you how to make a "Jet Stove". A stove that can fit right into your pocket! The stove can be powered by hand alcohol or anything similar. There are tons of useful applications for it. You can use it for camping, for winter warming, during brownouts, when you run out of LPG t...

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Sun, 29 Jan 2012 12:35:05 PST
Ultimate Penny Stove ( Camp / Backpacking Alcohol Stove )
Ultimate Penny Stove ( Camp / Backpacking Alcohol Stove ) - More DIY How To Projects]]> DamianKillcannon This is the best stove I've made so far. I've made a lot of the stove designs from the internet and they've all come up short in one way or another. After trial and error, this is the best one.      Main Features: Safety, Durability, Built in Pot Stand and Funnel, Wind Resistant, and Easy to Light ...
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Fri, 13 Jan 2012 20:27:02 PST
Priming Wick for Alcohol Stove [and Pot Stand]
Priming Wick for Alcohol Stove [and Pot Stand] - More DIY How To Projects]]> JohanJShaw Priming Wick Made from Household Materials An alternative to using a priming pan or a fibreglass wick wrap on your drinks can stove. Tools and Materials You will need... Needle-nose pliers with wire cutters (or Leatherman) 1 bolt, 5 or 6mm diameter (I used M6) Thin, bendable wire like snar...
By: JohanJShaw

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Sun, 3 Jul 2011 12:23:28 PDT
"Turret" Preheater Pot Stand for Alcohol Stove JohanJShaw My preheating pot stand design, for homemade drinks can alcohol stoves Made from 2 standard food tins Primes the stove with a tealight in the base and holds the pot! Advantages No messy priming pan to set your sleeves on fire Sturdy construction; more stable than wobbly bent-coathanger types Fl...
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Tue, 24 May 2011 16:02:33 PDT
drthumbs' Venom alcohol stove
drthumbs' Venom alcohol stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> drthumbs I have been toying with alcohol stoves for many years now. For the most part I have stuck the designed of others. While the designs of others have influenced this one greatly, I am calling this my own. It is a pressurized stove that does not need a pot stand. It has a large fuel capacity for a long...
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Sun, 29 Aug 2010 15:27:42 PDT
My Alcohol Stove nutsandbolts_64  I was going to make an alcohol stove, a chimney stove to be exact. But then there was a problem with the top of the can. There was supposed to be a narrow hole at the top, but there wasn't one. The can opener was busted so it was a rough cut for the lid so it wouldn't fit. I had to improvise with s...
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Sun, 16 May 2010 05:16:48 PDT
Altoid Tin Alcohol Stove
Altoid Tin Alcohol Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> rhrgrt You have seen those aluminum can stoves that run on alcohol, and they are pretty nifty. I have seen them and contemplated using one over my store-bought propane/butane mix fueled stove. However, being an Altoid addict, I decided to make one out of the dozens of Altoid tins I have sitting around. It...
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Wed, 28 Apr 2010 20:29:12 PDT
Making a fire symbol out of an alcohol burning stove
Making a fire symbol out of an alcohol burning stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> jordanmb   materials  for this project you will need two pop cans, a sharpie, a utility knife, a pushpin, wire cutters and a book  using a book to keep the pen level, draw a ring around the can about an inch from the top  using your utility knife, cut through the aluminum on the line you drew in t...
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Sat, 10 Apr 2010 20:12:31 PDT
Aluminum Bottle Alcohol Stove
Aluminum Bottle Alcohol Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> hpstoutharrow An Alcohol Stove made from Aluminum Bottles There are plenty of aluminum can stove designs out there. This one is different in that it is not made from aluminum cans but rather from aluminum bottles (aluminum beer bottles to be specific) After building a few stoves myself I wanted to design on...
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Mon, 31 Aug 2009 18:45:27 PDT
Emergency Campfire Starter
Emergency Campfire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> bizydad I went camping and found myself 10 miles from the nearest camp store and with wet logs (thanks to a sudden storm). I had neglected to bring any lighter fluid and needed to find a way to get a campfire going. I began to scavenge our supplies for what i could find, knowing I needed some form of oil ...
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Thu, 27 Aug 2009 18:09:48 PDT
Lightweight Camping Stove
Lightweight Camping Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> myckro Amaze your friends with this awesome lightweight camping stove. As many of you have seen many stoves are made from all different kind of cans. In this instructable I'm going to show you my favorite version of it!Enjoy! What you need: 2 small deodorant cans: same size (To make stove)2 medium deodo...
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Fri, 7 Aug 2009 11:55:16 PDT
Copper Plumbing Alcohol Backpacking Stove
Copper Plumbing Alcohol Backpacking Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> hpstoutharrow A compact alcohol wick stove made from copper plumbing. I have cooked quite a few individual meals with this stove and have taken it backpacking. It is a little heavier than the ultralight stoves and It is not as powerful as compressed fuel stoves but I like the fact that it is durable, stable...
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Wed, 29 Jul 2009 19:26:14 PDT
Alcohol Stove
Alcohol Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> J@50n This is a DIY alcohol stove. i made one and it is on my account but this one is a lot better! Sorry for the picture quality. my parents wont let me use/ get metal shavings in the house! items needed These items are needed only to make the stove. the items needed to light the stove are in a differ...
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Tue, 7 Jul 2009 17:16:26 PDT
The Green Pail Retained Heat Cooker LannyPlans The Green Pail retained heat cooker will hold 7 liters of pintos hot long enough to cook them well done and keep them above 170 deg F for 5 hours. A Design To Build from LannyPlans. The Green Pail retained heat cooker is green because: 1- It is made from recycled plastic pails 2- It saves the energ...
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Wed, 4 Jun 2008 16:16:55 PDT
Ultra-simple, improvised camping stove
Ultra-simple, improvised camping stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> stinkwheel The simplest ideas are usually the best eh?I have been experimenting with various designs of improvised camping stove for some time now. They have varied from a simple open cup of burning fuel to highly intricate vapour pressure devices that take hours to build.This is my latest favourite, it is a c...
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Thu, 14 Feb 2008 12:42:01 PST
My Mini Stove (Instructions By NK5) 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 ...
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Thu, 31 Jan 2008 15:17:56 PST
Cool Little Miniature Stove!!/
Cool Little Miniature Stove! - More DIY How To Projects]]> NK5 I'll show you how to make a great little portable stove from stuff you probably have laying around your house! It's perfect for camping, backpacking, and power outages.I am not the inventor of this stove, and there are far better designs out there (Penny Stove is the best!), but this pressure-based ...
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Thu, 27 Sep 2007 07:55:18 PDT
Can Stove
Can Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> atman Build a backpacking stove out of two aluminum cans: design is strong, reliable, and extrordinarily lightweight, burns alcohol fuels, and can be made for next to no investment of money. Boil water rapidly, deploy a 'campfire' in the middle of your house, and amuse yourself, with a stove that weighs t...
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Mon, 29 May 2006 00:05:17 PDT