My burn pot is still in decent shape, but of course at some point I'll need to replace it. Not only are they pricey, but I'm an engineer for a metal fab shop and I can duplicate it for next to nothing. Parts on the laser table, then a little bend and weld. Just wondering about the best material that will handle the heat. Says the stock one is stainless. We always have 304 and 316 drops on hand. Sometimes 304L or 316L. I can get anything else too, but would be a special order. I'd do it this summer, when I can have the pot out long enough to take detailed measurements of all the features and holes. Just was thinking about it now.