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Old 03-22-2017   #1
 
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DIY wind screen for Partner Stove

Wind screen I built out of an old AL sign and a couple of hinges. Couple years of field testing, works great. The center pieces can be removed and the hinges mated for a wind screen when the stove is not broken apart. Easily removed or swung to the side, when a larger pot is placed on the stove. Obviously not for those who use larger pots all the time, works great with the super cooker.
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Nice clean design. Thanks for the great idea. Looks like I have another project.
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Old 04-03-2018   #3
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Thanks Willie for the inspiration. Copied your design on Sunday, but got some stainless steel scraps from the local steel shop for $15, went in there to get some 4" aluminum, but looked through the bin and they had 2 pieces just the right width, a little narrower for the back piece and a little wider for the sides. I almost always just use a single half for small trips or when using both halves, have them side by sided on a long table so having the 2 independent wind screens will be nice. Still have to go to Ace Hardware and get a couple more rivets to finish the second screen assembly.











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I am impressed. And you recycled....sweet.
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Awesome! looks like a great diy project. Love the simplicity and that it fits in the stove for packing.
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Am I the only one unable to see Shap's photos?

I'm curious to see how others interpret this design and look forward to seeing them.
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I can't see them either.
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Weird, I can see the photos embedded when I open up the thread in Chrome, but not in Explorer.

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Such a simple and elegant solution. A total hack like myself might even be able to pull this off!
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All in, it was about $25 total for materials for the 2 screens and about 2.5 hours of slow working (i.e. measure 3 times and cut once).
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