Inspired by the Titanium tripod stand for Sgt. Rock's Ion stove, I designed my own Ti stand specifically for a jumbo beer can! It weighs 8 grams... but I think it will go down to 6 or 7 by making the uprights straight instead of z-shaped. The idea with the z-shape was that it would hold the windscreen away from the pot... but they don't stick out enough for that... and on second thought... I don't think anything is needed to hold the windscreen away.
Aside from the windscreen idea, it does give the stand a wider stance and may make it more resistant to torqueing under load... but I think upright legs will work just as well. Also, the upright stand should fit inside the pot without having to take it appart! It's kind of tricky to get it together and take it appart. My template, linked to below, includes plans for both z-shaped and straight legs. I haven't made a straight leg version yet.
BTW... it was actually surprisingly easy to make! I'm sure it's easier to make than the wingstove. All I needed were some good snips (Stanley makes a long nose pair that can make all the cuts in one snip)... a drill... a dremel and a hacksaw. And here's a tip... my PDF template below prints out actual size (you may have to adjust your print size percentage)... so just print it out on a white sticky label (Staples sells full size 8.5x11 mailing labels) and stick the template right to your Ti. No measuring, no drawing, no marking. Just peel it off when you're done. I bought the Ti from thru-hiker.com.
So... here are the pics and the link :)
Plans for Dave's 8 gram Ti Beercan Esbit Stand (475KB PDF)