I already had a perforated heater dome from Parafinalia when I came across a hand beaten stainless bowl from a charity/thrift shop for 20p. The bowl was the right size to make a bowl reflector and so off I went to the workshop. Using an old SVEA 5 that was on coffee duty, I modified the heater dome to fit the top of the SVEA legs by brazing a short tube section and two half tube sections. It slides onto the top of one leg and rests securely on the other two. Next I cut slots into the bowl so that it fitted vertically onto a bend at the top of one of the legs' and pop riveted two brackets to take a securing nut and bolt. The nut and bolt secure both the reflector bowl and the 'safety' guard on the same leg. Inside Outside Following photos from here and from the internet, I constructed a guard from fence wire, heated, bent and brazed using a Bullfinch brazing torch. It was fabricated and fitted onto the SVEA in stages to make sure it sat properly on the legs, and that the securing arm slid down the inside of the reflector bowl. Assembly is straightforward; guard first, then heater dome then reflector.