Home Made Induction Cooker




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Make a very convenient and robust induction heater at home by watching this video

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Step 1: Frame Construction

Make a frame according the top plate size or as you think convenient.

Step 2: Frame Construction

After measuring the center make a horizontal plane to lay the coil on it.

Step 3: Parts Fitting

Make appropriate fitting stands for the motherboard and cooling fan. Make sure the cooling fan must be above the heat sink of the motherboard and beneath the coil.

Step 4: Front and Outer Finish

For finishing and good looking stick sun-mica on it and make an appropriate cut for control panel in front side.

Step 5: Fitting All the Parts

Now fit all the parts and tight them with the screws. Also connect all the sockets and main lead to power supply.

Step 6: Finishing With Top Glass

Now adhere the top glass with a little quantity of fevicol. Remember that the surface of all four borders should not be covered by the top glass. Make some space for ventilation between top glass and the border surfaces.

Step 7: Done

Now a home made induction heater is ready to use.

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    10 Discussions


    Question 9 months ago

    Links to the parts you bought? I don't have a cooker to salvage, are coils available for U.S. voltage?

    4 answers

    Reply 9 months ago

    Sorry dear, all the parts I used in this induction cooker are easily available in our local market and are according to India Voltage. You should try in your market for the parts you need for.


    Reply 9 months ago

    what is the name of the components used so we can search?


    Reply 9 months ago

    1. Mother Board. It comes with control unit.
    2. Induction Coil;
    3. Induction Fan;
    4. Top Glass or Plate
    5. Power Cable.


    Question 9 months ago

    Are you planning to show details of the the electronics? Did you buy or build them? Are they the original electronics?

    2 answers

    Reply 9 months ago

    Of course I will show the detail in some next video. Please wait.


    Reply 9 months ago

    Most of the internal parts are bought from market. But the housing is completely made by me. Of course in some of my next video I will show the complete detail of its wiring step wise. Then you should visit my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/SatyamTechTricks


    9 months ago

    Not much of an ible really. More like this is what I built.

    1 reply