By Mark Frauenfelder at 11:38 am Thu, Jun 28, 2012
[Video Link] Here's an ingenious makeshift jig for forming tuna cans into a stacking metal lunchbox.
How-To: Stacking bins from tuna cans with cool improvised jig
The inside is still coated with BPA-laden plastic.
You could make one out of cans of coconut milk. Those cans are not coated with BPA.
Dang! I feel sooo first-world now… Y’see, I purchased a set of those, from Lee Valley Tools… Beau, bon, pas cher.
At least, they’re BPA free.
In India this is known as a “tiffin”.
A ‘Tiffin Box’ to be precise – tiffin is breakfast/mid-afternoon snacks, a phrase more common in south India. Kids tend to shorten the phrase and call the box itself ‘tiffin’, though.
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