I can't afford most of the brewing stuffs I'd like to have so I build stuffs from scratch.
Instead of a conical fermenter, I built a rack for 4 Carboys or brew-pails that is inclined at 60 degrees.
I used my Brad Nailer, furring strips and gorilla glue, all screwed and glued to the ceiling joist in my man-cave.
This creates a nice convection effect in the carboy during primary fermentation.
I also made a nice furring strip bracket for a bottling bucket gone leaky where the hole was made to 2 1/2''
In the hole, I inserted the unused cup dispenser of my mash tun water cooler as a chute for grain in my corona mill.
the handle was replaced by a piece of threaded rod. My 18V cordless drill gets 10Lbs of grain milled in a few minutes.
A clean kitchen towel with 2 clothe pins guide the grist in the bucket below.
The bike rack in the garage holds my bag of grains when I brew in a bag and the pulleys work like a charm.