Some time ago this was posted to the BackpackingLight Yahoo Group This is how he made a very nice, though not easy or cheap, windscreen for his canister stove. I moderated the Yahoo "MakeGear" group and I asked Clyde if he would post it also to the MakeGear group. Here are his directions and pictures. He also has the same pictures in a MakeGear Photo Album called (Wind Scr...). This is a very clean and neat design and should be adaptable to other Canister type stoves. I was able to find the Olicamp titanium pot at several on-line outfitters. Thanks Clyde
"Posted by Clyde:
I found that an Olicamp titanium pot can be used to
make an excellent windscreen for the Snowpeak
Gigapower stove. I used a drill and a Dremel tool to
make openings in the bottom of the pot to make it fit
on the stove. I sawed the top part of the pot off,
and cut a notch in the side to accommodate the handles
of my 600 ml Snowpeak titanium cup, which is what I
use as a pot.
Photos are posted here (MakeGear - Group) in the Photo
Albums section called (Wind Scr...) or at
BackpackingLight under the the Clyde folder, in a
subfolder called Wind Screen or
I have since added a little tab to the notch under
the pot handles to keep the pot handles from getting
It weighs 1.38 oz.
This is expensive and involves a bit of work, but
I'm very pleased with the result. It's durable, packs
compactly (pot fits inside and is held with rubber
band), and works great in the wind.