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This is how to make a nice big firebowl for a BBQ really fast in the workshop..
Get a nice top of a boiler.. (sometimes scrapyards have them lying around).This time I bought one, was about 100€. 800mm in diameter and 6mm thickness
Find the exact center and drill a hole, 5mm should do..
draw a circle where you think the legs should be attached to the bowl later.not too far to the outside, a little bit more than half way from ...
because now comes the tricky part..
divide the circle in three equal segments, 120 degrees,mark the circle.
determine the lenght of the legs (A to B). This is a good way to do this. cut three of them, i used 20mm pipe, strong enough.choose the ...
take your time doing this, it has to be as exact as possible..
now turn the whole thing around and attach some feet.usually every metal workshop has some of these discs lying around for some reason..they will prevent the legs from ...
yes, the whole thing is already heavy and will also be very hot when used, solet's attach some handles.i used some 30x6 flat steel and some leftover pipe.but ...
this looks much better i think. just double the flat metal, drill holes and put bolts through. use washers in between.then weld to the bowl.be shure to make ...
here we are, just under 2 hours of work.clean all the surfaces with thinner. if you want you can spraypaint everythingwith heat resistant paint, i like it much ...
of course the tripod and the grill can also be made in the workshop easily, butthis time i bought the stuff online from a big evil company for ...
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