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Holder for EZ Torch


#1

I am looking for a good holder for my EZ torch handle.

Something to hang my torch handle on the edge of my bench both while
the torch it is lit and when it is off.

There are lots of good holders out there for my Smith little torch,
but I can’t seem to find anything for the EZ Torch.

Homemade holders are good too and photos would be appreciated as
well

Regards
Milt
Calgary, Canada


#2

See the attached made from an old clothes hanger for my EZ Torch. I
use the same hanger for my Meco and Little Torch.


Rob


#3

Milt, just make something out of cardboard so it will be easy to
modify as needed then make a "final to make sure it works as needed
athen cut it out of som kind of sheet stock (steel, copper, bronze,
or e?).  Not AT ALL difficult. John

I am looking for a good holder formy EZ torch handle.

Something to hang my torch handle onthe edge of my bench both while
the torch it is lit and when it is off.

There are lots of good holders out there for my Smith little torch,
but I can’t seem to find anything for the EZ Torch.

Homemade holders are good too and photos would be appreciated as
well

Regards Milt Calgary, Canada


#4

I have metal clip that is sold at a hardware store, used to hold a
mop or broom handle, one screw holds it to my bench, I have one for
my little torch, and one for my torch that is acetylene/air.


#5

Make one, any strong flexible wire will work. I used a piece of coat
hanger…


#6

Hi Milt,

This is the rather basic holder I made for my Primus torch that I
mostly use for annealing. It is cut out of a piece aluminium angle
and screwed to the edge of my soldering bench. Obviously the width of
the slot and it’s placement need to be tailored to your particular
torch. I also use a Little Torch and its holder is also screwed to
the bench. The object hanging from the hook in the picture is a spark
igniter.

All the best
Jen


#7

I’ve glued a super magnet to the side of my torch and large steel
washers on my bench where I want it to hang. John


#8

I’ve got an old test tube holder (probably the only surviving piece
of my middle school chemistry set) that I use for both my Fordom
handpiece, when I need both hands; and for my torch, on the rare
occasion that I need to set it aside running…

It look like this:

Ron Charlotte
Gainesville, FL


#9

After reviewing everyone’s suggestions, I created this simple torch
holder out of some copper rod that I had.

http://www.ganoksin.com/ftp/20160125 203650.jpg

Works really well.

Thanks to everyone who replied on and offline

Regards
Milt