Just tried the world stove design that Stephen Coote posted about a few years back and it works like a charm.

I wanted a more bullet proof inner tin that was a bit thicker than a fruit tin can so i managed to find a smaller nesting styled Stainless Steel chopstick holder at a $2 store and surprise to my eyes, it was pre drilled with drainer type holes ( although vertically so could be too much air flow ) and nestled nicely inside a stainless steel coffee tin.

Follow the world stove design, eyeballed the holes pretty decent - ish, filed down the rough spots so i don't cut my fingers and tah dah, a improv world stove design. I burnt it for ten minutes and it was decent, i placed the lid on a bit too early as it was starting to smoke but all in all it worked.

Tools i used were: a cordless hand drill with regular HS steel drill bits in both 4mm and 9 mm sizes, a cold chisel/flat head screwdriver on my clamp axe multi tool and a 4 way file, ferro rod, spine of my ole hickory butcher's knife . Materials were: a S/S chopstick holder & a S/S Coffee tin, gorse type wood and cotton ball soaked in vaseline & hand sanitizer ( I like to experiment with different accelerants for cotton ball surefire's, some cheapie $2 store glues can be used in a pinch or fat wood or charred material such as cotton cloth or cotton rope .

WILL POST LINK TO SHORT VID OF IT SOON ! UPLOADING AS WE SPEAK 

  

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