Vader log burner

Step 1: Find Some Bottle

Locate an empty bottle. Carefully remove the tap. Fill with water to displace any left over gas.

<p>if you are interested in having one of these made please contact me on alex_dodson7@hotmail.com</p>
How much do you charge for one of these?
<p><b>Tampering with LPG cylinders or converting them to any other use as shown here is highly dangerous and can result in serious injury or death. It is also unlawful and could result in Calor taking legal action or, if appropriate, criminal prosecution. Calor branded cylinders are and always remain Calor's property. Please remove this video (and anywhere else it might appear online) by 29th February 2016. Failure to do so may result in Calor taking legal action against you. Thank you.</b></p>
What size of gas bottle are you using?
<p>Thank you for the inspiration, this was a great project to<br>do with my dad!</p>
<p>Awesome idea, guess I now have a use for that old gas<br>bottle. Now I know what I am doing over Christmas!</p>
<p>Thanks for the inspiration, this was a really fun project</p>
<p>For more information on pricing shipping and having your own burner made go to my page at www.facebook.com/BurnedbyDesign</p>
<p>That was a fun project. Thanks for sharing.</p>
<p>I made it.. Or at least a similar one.. :)</p>
<p>Hi Doddiezoomer! How can I order one of these for christmas? :) </p>
<p>Did you have to &quot;force&quot; any part of this? (ok it was funnier in my head -- never mind!!</p>
<p>Oh... My gods... I need one of these for my garden. Please tell me these are still being made somewhere. (I can't make anymore. Stupid nerves.)</p>
How much do u change for this darth Vader ...i love him and I would love to have him on my patio.
<p>Love it. Logistics on selling/sending one to the USA?</p>
<p>Hi Anne,</p><p>Thanks for your interest. I currently have two orders placed to ship to the USA. The shipping alone has been between &pound;108 - &pound;118 plus the cost of the burner.</p>
<p>I have to say these are just amazing. I can build all kinds of things if I put my mind to it, but I have never done metal. I may have to after seeing this. My husband and son would go nuts. And for all the wackjobs who don't think wood burning is good for the environment should probably go back to class, or maybe just watch The Lion King until they get it ;). Supurb work man, I'll be sharing this!</p>
<p>it&acute;s great!!</p>
<p>very inventive, i'll share it with my mate, he love star wars!</p>
<p>Great Idea dude. Don't let the tree-hugging, bad-science-believing ::cough::AL GORE cough:: internet trolls stomp on your stones. Nothing Man has done has been as detrimental to this planet more than - THIS PLANET.</p>
<p>There are no emission reduction features so the smoke and fumes will pose a threat to neighbors. Hopefully more municipalities will join Montreal and Hampstead (Canada) with measures to eliminate wood burning by 2020.</p>
<p>WTF you tree hugging hippy!!! Eliminate wood burning in the Garden? The Dark Lord of The Sith Laughs at your Prius Driving, Vegan, Non Wood Burning Nonsense.. OOOhhhh lets get more people to ban doing fun things, because I dont like too.. BOLLOCKS to that!</p>
Pollution is a sick kind of fun. Wood stoves have an incredible ability to turn wood into toxic and carcinogenic chemicals. At present, the cost of each person's &quot;fun&quot; burning wood in a stove runs as high as $15,000 per wood stove per year to cover the increased health care costs. Assuming they are used in an urban area. I note that the San Francisco Bay area's burning ban saves the health care system $250,000 for EACH DAY of the ban. Lots of info on the internet Google wood stove pollution.
<p>but natural forest fires, lightening strikes, volcanic activity and earthquakes releasing deadly gasses are ok.....right? San Fran bans burning because of it's building code and what the buildings were built from and ON. Try reading it and then cork it.</p>
<p>Oh whaa. A contained fire pit is so detrimental to the neighbor's olfactory glands......cry us a river.</p>
<p>More damage to the planet heating with electric,and the potential for something really bad to happen is very real.There are thousands of natural forest fires a year,they do many good things for the earth or we would not have them,there is nothing wrong with wood heat.</p>
<p>Oi dip shit. The wood burner is made in England. not the USA. Idiot. What size engine s do you lot drive around in anyway. Before you keepyacking on about pollution. the USA consume s more oil than anyone else.</p>
<p>Eliminate wood burning? You clearly are no geologist and have no background in air pollution what so ever. Are you one of those liberals who are unfamiliar with the carbon cycle and how it has risen and fallen through out the last 400 million years of recordable history. When you pose a way to heat something without any adverse side effects, go take your Nobel Prize. There is nothing wrong with burning CLEAN wood to heat your home or a backyard area. In fact the United Stated, The United Kingdom are among the two cleanest countries in the world in regards to air pollution. Focus your liberal bullshit on countries like India and China that have no smoke-stack emission regulations.</p>
<p>Pose a threat??? ITS FREAKING DARTH VADER!!! You pansies can choke on the &quot;natural&quot; fumes from burning wood. </p>
<p>What would you say was a suitable replacement for wood burning then? Would you consider burning wood &quot;acceptable&quot; if it was a clean burn (i.e. low smoke) I would rather have local, sustainable wood heating my home than a coal fire or gas heater. I do see the benefits of high-efficiency central electric heating, but unless there is a dire lack of trees or a massive health problem from the smoke, I don't think wood-burning should be banned. Mind, I'm in a rural area, not a city</p>
One word, Killjoy.
<p>This is a very cool idea. Thanks</p>
<p>Buy one here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Darth-Vader-wood-burner-gas-bottle-star-wars-chimenea-/351208513991?pt=UK_Garden_Firepits_Chimeneas&amp;hash=item51c5a8a1c7</p>
<p>Buy one here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Darth-Vader-wood-burner-gas-bottle-star-wars-chimenea-/351208513991?pt=UK_Garden_Firepits_Chimeneas&amp;hash=item51c5a8a1c7</p>
<p>Buy one here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Darth-Vader-wood-burner-gas-bottle-star-wars-chimenea-/351208513991?pt=UK_Garden_Firepits_Chimeneas&amp;hash=item51c5a8a1c7</p>
<p>awesome work must try this at home as a grinder as well </p>
<p>Sweet! You inspired my son and I to make one, too. </p>
<p>Price check on one! NOW!</p>
<p>Any chance you will make more of these for sale to the general public? We don't have (and don't plan on getting) welding equipment, but sure would like one of these.....</p>
<p>I'm going to keep making these bad boys and featuring them on eBay. </p><p>http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161380813127?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&amp;_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649</p>
Big bad vader...today's project, will be on eBay tomorrow PM after paint...
P.S. Please vote ;)
Wow, guys I'm blown away by all the positive comments on here...it means a lot...<br>For any body looking to purchase one of these, I have on for sale on eBay at the moment and another larger vader burner in production...thanks everyone...
<p>Very cool. I absolutely see Vader, but if you look at it head on it reminds me of the Mighty Ducks logo as well. lol. Don't knock your welding skills chum. From where I'm sitting they're above par.</p>
Awesome work might be worth adding a bit more on the safety aspect of working with gas cannisters
<p>Actually, I think the best way to improve this site would be to spend less time talking about safety and more time assuming people that own welding equipment are intelligent adults that can make up thier own minds.</p>
<p>ok, how is is this for a safety tip: Make sure tank is EMPTY.......</p>

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