Melting Our Diamond Play Button into Orbeez

So our first Diamond Play Button got a little bit broken. So in this video, we are going to try to melt it down, turn it into a trophy. [Music] You may have followed some of our adventures with our Diamond Play Button. It had some issues. We made a mold of it, and that […]

Melting Aluminum Cans Into Bars At Home (kinda)

Hey everybody its Rob with Rob finds treasure and I’ve got like 25 aluminum cans that I’ve been saving… figure today I would just try to do a little a little bit of pour I’ve never worked with aluminum so I’m a little bit concerned about making sure I’m safe so I’ll be wearing a […]

Melting Copper and Aluminum into Bars and Rounds – Devil Forge

I didn’t cover it in my last video but I wanna make sure everyone knows that I do preheat my molds and my tongs… just wanna make sure I pointed that on this video since I didn’t point it out in my last one once again we’ll let the borax do its thing to help […]

Dancing flames – aluminium and the reactivity series

So, it’s been a while since we’ve burnt anything here at Exhibition Chemistry, time to rectify that. Yes this month we’re going to be returning to the home of all the best things that go bang, pop and whizz and that’s of course the reactivity series. So this demonstration is going to be showing something […]

Melting Metal to Make Clamps [with Casting Tips]

Hi Friend! In this video we’re going to be melting some aluminium and casting some circular clamps, a bit like these, to clamp onto a big old pipe, like this one here. [claps] Lets do it! [intro music] I’ve got this from a very old project, and it always feels a bit funny breaking up […]

Melting Aluminum Into Ingots

in this video I’m gonna show how I melted down these larger aluminum ingots into these smaller muffin sized ones I had to do this because as you can see they don’t quite fit in my crucible and the smaller ones are just much easier to handle and they melt faster as well to do […]

Field’s Metal vs Aluminium

[“Cartoon Space Utopia” intro music] All right everyone welcome back to Cody’sLab. So, I have here a chunk of aluminum. See, angle ‘luminum It’s about three nano light seconds long But of course, I’m only gonna be using a small piece of it because today I want to actually destroy it using a liquid metal. […]

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