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Thread: Plans for building your own heat treating oven

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    Plans for building your own heat treating oven

    Plans for building your own heat treating oven

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    What does the cost usually come out to to make something like this ?

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    Depends on how cheap your able to get everything, I got some of my steel and all of my bricks free, so
    mine is gonna be pretty cheap, 2 or 3 hundred probably, but buying everything I say 3-5 hundred, but on the up side you can build it whatever size you want,
    Anthony
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    Thank you very much BossDog
    Pieter Fourie

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    I can't get the link to work. it tries to download attachment_2. pmp
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    Quote Originally Posted by calharkins View Post
    I can't get the link to work. it tries to download attachment_2. pmp
    It is an Adobe file. You can download Adobe Reader free from the Adobe site.


    Seth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gahagan View Post
    What does the cost usually come out to to make something like this ?
    I purchased everything new and went with a programmable PID controller. Mine cost just a bit over $300. Little over $100 for the bricks, $25 for the prewound Kanthal wire, around $125 for the PID and Thermocouple and the rest on sheet metal for the shell.


    Seth

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    Thanks for posting that bossdog!

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    Thanks Boss, time to start gathering material.

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