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Our Daughter Built a Solar Grill

 
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Our daughter built a solar grill with discarded parts we gathered. I helped her on it a bit, but largely, she did the project. She was really excited with the first test!
You can watch the flaming results....


We hope to make a solar oven next.
 
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Nice! What did you use for the dish?
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Nice! What did you use for the dish?


It is a 36" wide x 24" tall Hughes Net satellite dish. Aluminum foil tape ($7 for a large roll at Harbor Freight) was our only expense in building the cooker. She is having fun with the cooker!
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