Introduction: Oxyhydrogen Torch


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SicknTwisted (author)2012-08-02

For a second I thought it may be a Meth lab. HA-HA!

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jtobako (author)2011-06-03

I just wish it worked :( There is no way that a tiny battery will create enough gas to sustain a flame on a tip that large.

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LeadDreamer (author)2011-05-07

It's called a "water torch" - they're available commercially for a couple thousand dollars each - actually used by jewelers, etc. - mostly because there's no "dangerous gases", and so they don't violate OSHA or zoning laws.

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SHIFT! (author)2011-05-06

Nice! Can this particular build be used for simple welding perhaps?

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beernut (author)2011-05-05

This could use some more info please.

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PS118 (author)beernut2011-05-06

I'd also say some photos/video of actual fire happening would help one believe that it actually works.

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rimar2000 (author)beernut2011-05-05

Yes, I agree.

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