I've got loads of tins lying around that need to make their way to a shed project I run. I was a bit bored this afternoon and so I created a wood gasification stove. I've been a bit dubious about whether they are better than simple hobo stoves but thought I'd investigate to see. I made a simple hobo stove for comparison and the gasification one burned hotter and faster so there may well be something in it! Took about 15 mins to do using drill, can opener and tin snips. The two cans I used were a coffee tin for the outer skin and a golden syrup tin for the inner. I was going to join the two with high temp silicone but my tube had dried out and the fit was great anyway so no need on this test run. I used 5mm drill bit for air holes on the base and lower rim of the inner can and 3mm for the upper set of air holes. I used 5mm again for the outer can with a raised base created from the outer can which is taller. I snipped and folded the outer can to form 4 tabs to hold the inner can in place. Here a a couple of photos of the work in progress and the first firing.....Worth making if you have some tins lying around.