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*''HOW TO MAKE A BOX SOLAR COOKER: Manual for Pacific Island Countries'', SOPAC Miscellaneous Report 683, [[Media:SOPAC_Box_Solar_Cooker_Construc_Manual.pdf| Instuctions and material list to build...]]
 
*''HOW TO MAKE A BOX SOLAR COOKER: Manual for Pacific Island Countries'', SOPAC Miscellaneous Report 683, [[Media:SOPAC_Box_Solar_Cooker_Construc_Manual.pdf| Instuctions and material list to build...]]
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SOPAC demonstration 2008
The SOPAC hand-made cooker is an insulated double box style solar cooker. The structure of this cooker is wood using both plywood and battens. The glazing is glass which is wood framed and hinged. Note that the reflectors are built from slotted plywood panels that interlock.

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