Introduction: Camping Spoonfork

The last weekend went to camping, but meanwhile preparing my gear realizes that my cutlery had mysteriously disappeared, it was too late to go out and buy a new cutlery, so I went quickly to the kitchen to find something acceptable, found nothing so got a large spoon and turn in a spoonfork.

Step 1: Materials

The materials are really easy to find

1. Large spoon.

(In my country this type of bucket is known as "cuchara pozolera").

2. Marker oil.

3. Dremel multitool.

3.1. Dremel cut-off wheel 409.

3.2. Dremel Clean/Polish Brush 420.

Optional. Plastic spoonfork, my girlfriend eats a lot of japfood at work so i think she got it from there (I think).

Step 2: Planing.

Finally had a large spoon but did not know where to start, I remembered seeing some spoonfork at home, so I asked my girlfriend who helps and gave me the plastic spoon, with oil marker must draw the slits of the area to be cut.

Step 3: Trimming.

With the saw cut from the top drawing the corners of the ends of the fork and deepen the cut to the area of the slits, almost at the end I thought the need for a space for a belt to not lose again this cuttlery, so a longitudinal cut is made at the edge of the handle, and slowly devastate the space between the initial cuts.

Step 4: Polishing.

with polishing brush , remove excess material and give a nice finished cuts, finally its done, so enjoy it.