The Solo Stove Campfire is a compact wood burning camp stove. Great for camping and survival, this wood gas stove is built to last. Click to learn more.

The Solo Stove Campfire is a compact and portable wood burning stove that is perfect for car and family camping, or in an emergency supply kit.

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How to Make a Wood Gas Stove

A portable wood gas stove can be made from a simple pair of tin cans. Making your own portable stove is a fun, easy, and useful project.

Journey of Bush Craft: How To Make A Simple Wood Gas Stove (Large Version)

Wood Gas Stove - Coaxial Downdraft Gasification This stove is based on the downdraft principle and typically built with nested cylinder.

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How to Make a Wood Gas Stove

A portable wood gas stove can be made from a simple pair of tin cans. Making your own portable stove is a fun, easy, and useful project. Learn how to.

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Construct an Upcycled Wood Gas Camp Stove

Make a simple tin-can camp stove that costs 99 cents, runs for free, and sequesters carbon as you cook.

Make a high-performance wood-gas / gasifier stove in just a few minutes with the Siege Stove universal Cross-Members: the fastest and easiest to make a wood-gas stove by far, and with capabilities not found in any other stove. It's the only wood-gas stove that can scale to suit the size of your group — it's like having many stoves in one!  Customers keep telling us that this low-cost, ultra-compact, lightweight survival tool should be in everyone's kit. Don't leave home without it!

Make the best IKEA hobo stove possible with the Siege Stove Cross-Members

"Most of the wood gas automotive systems used during World War II used charcoal, instead of raw wood, so that they could skip the pyrolytic phase and minimize the size of the generator. Doing it all in one generator requires a larger, more sophisticated unit, and if you have room, then it's the way to go, and go farther, since you get more energy out of a pound of wood if you burn both the charcoal and the pyrolytic gases."

"Most of the wood gas automotive systems used during World War II used charcoal, instead of raw wood, so that they could skip the pyrolytic phase and minimize the size of the generator. Doing it all in one generator requires a larger, more sophisticated unit, and if you have room, then it's the way to go, and go farther, since you get more energy out of a pound of wood if you burn both the charcoal and the pyrolytic gases."

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Construct an Upcycled Wood Gas Camp Stove

Wood Gas Camp Stove: Make a simple tin can stove that costs cents, runs for free and sequesters carbon as you cook

Dutch John Wood Gasifier

16 Free Wood Gas Resources - The Self-Reliance Catalog

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Power in the Apocalypse (How to Build a Wood-Gasifier)

Wild Woodgas Stove MK IIt.  This is a pretty slick, professional looking wood gas stove.  I like it!

Check out the Wild Stoves Wild Woodgas Stove at Cotswold Outdoor. A neat and simple idea, brilliantly executed: the ingenious Woodgas stove efficiently and cleanly burns natural fuel, cleverly channeling excess.

DIY solid fuel camp stove made from a tuna can, a soup can, a quart paint can, a single screw, and a plumber's pipe strap, which you can get at any hardware store. Cost less than $5.

Weekend Project: Make the Ultimate DIY Wood Burning Camp Stove

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