While I can't say for sure that this is definitely going to work, this is the real, high-power type of fusion reaction, not crackpot-y cold fusion. I should go on to state that it's also not plans for a self-sustaining reaction, since that would solve quite a few global power issues. However, if you want to experiment with generating more power from a standard fusion reaction on your way to building a device that is self-sustaining, you may want to start here.
This kind of stuff does impress me on Instructables. Who would have thought that they would host instructions for making your own fusion reactor one day?