Hi, Being 'confined to barracks' I spent a few days in the workshop pursuing a project that had been in my mind for a while. Can I make a stove that fits all my needs for my outdoor activities - day hikes, fishing, overnight camping, multi-night camping. This is the result and details of how I made it. The details of how I made the tanks are detailed here. I made the pot supports from steel by brazing as shown below. and then I laid out the major components. I used two Primus 96 burner bells and flame plates, but made the lipsticks from stainless tube with brass caps brazed on, and the jet hole drilled in the caps. The lipsticks were tapered before cutting off the tube to form stubby lipsticks. The brass gauze inside the lipstick was rolled around a straight pin so that it can be removed when necessary. This is the right hand burner test fired These are the two burners together and the left hand burner test fired and the two together So, the two stoves were designed to fit into mess tins to be used for day hiking. The frames for the burner pot stands were made from aluminium angle sections pop riveted together. The two square frames were made as separate items, but hinged in one corner. The hinge pin can be removed to produce two single stoves. A single stove in its frame can be used for overnight car camping and the two frames lock together form a two burner stove for multi-day camping. The tanks can be located at the sides, in a diamond (to take larger pots), or at the front. The hinge allows 90 degree movement and a simple nut and bolt locks the stoves into either position. When in the diamond position the stove allows a decent size fry pan and a big billy to be used together Stay safe and have fun.