DIY Forge Burner Complete Parts List

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DIY Forge Burner Complete Parts List 1

UPDATE: Links to all items updated Feb 08 2020 and added budget-friendly pre-built burner choice.

Unless you already have most of these parts it will be far cheaper and faster to order a pre-built burner. I use this one in my forge and kiln and it’s never let me down.

As an added plus, it comes with a high pressure propane regulator so you have to do is hook it up to a standard BBQ propane tank and light it. Saving you time and money.

 

DIY Parts List:

Please note all links will open the Amazon product in a new window so you can come back here easily to find any other missing parts.

1-1/4” Coupling

1-1/4” x 3/4” Bushing

3/4” x 9” Nipple

1-1/2” x 3/4” Reducer

 

.023” MIG Tip

1/8” Brass “T”

1/8” x 3” Brass Nipple x2

1/8” Brass End Caps

1/8” x 3” Lamp Nipple

1/4” x 1/8” Brass Bushing

1/4 Inch Ball Valve

1/4” Hose Barb

1/4”-5/8” Hose Clamp

 

0-40psi Gas Regulator & Hose

 

3/16” x 2” x 48” aluminum stock

JB KwikWeld

 

High Temp Gas Line Thread Seal Tape

 

Tools/Bits:

M6 Tap

5mm Drill Bit

 

1/8” NPT Tap

File

Hack Saw

Drill

Here is the video once more if you need to take a look at the assembly process again.

Check this out if you are looking for how to make a propane torch burn hotter or other options for a forge burner that you don’t have to build. 

https://daddystayshome.com/how-to-make-a-propane-torch-burn-hotter/

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