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  1. #1
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    Default Small Circle Burner For Torch......

    A Circle Burner For My Victor Torch. Burns 1/2" To 9" Holes Easy To Use I Can Cut Perfect Circle. Can Remove In Min. And Go Back On To Cut Same Size Hole As Before Works Off A Center Point.I wanted Something Lite.I Took A Split Set Collar And Tig It To A Pcs Of Flat Bar Than Milled A Slot Long Ways In The Flat Bar.Than Bent The Rear Up To Fork It Around The Torch. Than Took A Pcs Of 1/4" Round To Make Pivot Point, Threaded For Two Nuts. Than Made Off Setting Leg In 1/4" Pcs. Check The Pic
    Vernon
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    i like that

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    So do I!!!
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    very nice work, great idea, from the looks of it i bet the cuts come out perfect

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    Default torch circle cutter

    Nice job Dude, looks professional!
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    dose it only cut one size hole or can it be set for diffrent sizes

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    If you look at the second pic it is slotted so you can move the pivot for different size holes & then tighten it with the two nuts. These type of circle burners give a very nice accurate cut. Been using a similar one for years.
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    Default Cirle Burner

    Quote Originally Posted by m.k.swelding View Post
    dose it only cut one size hole or can it be set for diffrent sizes
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    A Circle Burner For My Victor Torch. Burns 1/2" To 9" And Everthing In Between By Unlock 1/4" Nuts You Can Slide The Pivot Point Forward And Backwards Or Any Thing Between.

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    Default Thank You

    Quote Originally Posted by MMW View Post
    If you look at the second pic it is slotted so you can move the pivot for different size holes & then tighten it with the two nuts. These type of circle burners give a very nice accurate cut. Been using a similar one for years.
    I like how you explained it. Vernon

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    Default My Drawling for circle burner

    Here is the blue print I made to build the circle burner.
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