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How to make a powerful propane burner for a gas forge or foundry

DIY SIMPLE and EASY propane burner for your forge or foundry...

Parts List:
"Black Pipe" parts...
3/4" to 1" bell reducer
3/4" X 8" pipe nipple
3/4" to 1 1/2" bell reducer

Brass Parts...
1/4" X 6" pipe nipple
1/4" cap to seal the end of the brass pipe
1/4" threaded ball valve
3/8" flare by 1/4" flare can be found here:

Recommended 30 psi propane regulator can be found here:

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I've spent most of the last year forging with charcoal and I figured it was time for a change. Come along as I explore the theory and the process of building a gas burner without blowing yourself up or burning your shop down...hopefully.

Safety is always important and I hope you don't take ANY RISKS AT ALL while doing this. Do your research first, and make sure you're comfortable with the process before proceeding with the build.

Also, ENJOY! With this new burner you'll be able to build a forge or a foundry or both. Melt aluminum, copper, and other metals and forge steel... even forge-weld steel if you build your forge right. This burner will do it all.

If you enjoy DIY blacksmithing, bladesmithing, metal work, and random "how to" projects please consider subscribing and watching a few of my other videos. Cheers!

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