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DIY Case Annealer

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Decided to put together a quick case annealer to play with.

 

If you are interested just look up Skip's case annealer plans. You can add a feed drum and proximity sensor for a mostly automatic annealer. I myself do not like the idea of leaving a flame unattended in my reloading room.

 

I have plans to mount the torch to the case the next time I see a hose attachment in the store.

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NO flame induction annealer , inexpensive build it your self . 1K watt low voltage induction board Ebay .

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1000W-ZVS-Low-voltage-induction-heating-board-module-Tesla-coil-/121400973568

 

Water pump and some type of water tank , bucket or drinking dispenser for a tank which holds water for circulating through copper induction coils .

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/DC-12V-Water-Pump-Mini-Brushless-Submersible-for-Fish-Tank-Aquarium-Fountain/142022520848?epid=1493341476&hash=item211133b010:g:6asAAOSwevdaGOUx

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/ARROW-Refillable-Beverage-Container-Convenient-Carrying-Handle-2-Gallon/401291185675?epid=2254480479&hash=item5d6ed18e0b:g:siYAAOSwnDpaHto~

 

Now a suitable variable power supply

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/DC-Power-Supply-30V-10A-Precision-Variable-Adjustable-Switching-Digital-Study-/272719941113

 

An a little explanation on circuits ( which are already done for you ) and HOW it all works ...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNL4H5fC6AY

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