(1) Char-Broil Propane Turkey Fryer

Sourcing Notes Found mine for $10 at Goodwill. The fryer adds structure to hold the charcoal, keeps heat focused on the keg, while also giving you decent low-temp control. Comes set up with a propane burner that can be used to retort the syngas for making biochar....

(1) 4:1 Planetary Geared NEMA24 Stepper Motor

Sourcing Notes This is the most expensive part of the extruder, but it’s the best way I’ve found to get sufficient torque for extrusion AND precise computer control. Open to suggestions and improvements, but this works. Est. Cost New $86.00 Amazon...

(1) Lava-Style patio heater

Sourcing Notes The glass tubes on these particular heaters tend to break, check craigslist for used cheap ones before buying new. Est. Cost New $199.99 Amazon...

(1) Inverter-type generator

Sourcing Notes I’ve succesfully run one of these generators with Syngas from the Metabolizer, and it produced 60hz/120VAC, under no load. Have not tried again, but results are promising. Other inverter generators can also likely work. If you buy from Harbor...

(1) Coro-Claw coroplast tool

Sourcing Notes Best tool ever for working with coroplast. Lets you rip long clean strips quickly. Est. Cost New $18.95 Amazon...