Cast a Mini Aluminum Skillet – Start to Finish

In this video. I’ll show how I cast this mini aluminum skillet using basic materials and skills Welcome to another episode of the Plutonium Bunny The first ingredient is greensand. I store it in these handy cat litter buckets. It is made of cat litter and sand Making the mold is really the most difficult […]

Reference: X-ray inspection of casting parts

My name is Ludger Ohm, I m foundry engineer and Co-Owner of Ohm and Häner in Olpe, Germany. We decided for a VisiConsult X-ray inspection system, because of a big project from India. As the train-gearboxes were big and heavy the challenge was the part handling. We decided for this customized top-loader solution that allows […]

Unusual & Uncommon Uses for a TIG Welder – Eastwood

everybody mad at Eastwood we’re here in the east with garage to another live-text session if you guys haven’t watched one of these before like it to be as interactive as possible so I want you guys to join in log into the chat on facebook or youtube and you can ask questions so we […]

What’s inside a Metal Baseball Bat?

(bat clangs) – Oh man! (laughter) – Welcome back to What’s Inside. I’m Lincoln, this is Dan. – And today, we’re here with a couple of metal baseball bats. This is a Rawling’s Plasma 34-inch, 31 oz. baseball bat. – I have a Easton Reflex bat that is 27 inches, and I hit two home […]

Mixing Molten Aluminum With Molten Brass

Welcome back guys, today is an excellent day because the sun is shining, you’re here and we’re melting some metal. Now, in yesterday’s video I showed you how to make this thing. This is our trashcan metal foundry – this is just lined with kaowool and as you might remember it gets very very hot. […]

Vaporizing Foil Actuator Welding by Collision of Dissimilar Metals

the following is a brief introduction to vaporizing foil actuator welding (VFAW) which is a specialty of the Impulse Manufacturing Laboratory at The Ohio State University VFAW is a type of collision welding which is a technique for joining metals by means of a high-speed, oblique collision. Such a collision removes the surface oxide layers […]

10 Differences Between Aluminum and Stainless Steel

Hi and welcome to Metal Supermarkets, the Convenience Stores for Metal. I’m Jason Jackson, Operations and Development Manager. Stainless steel and aluminum, or aluminium in other parts of the world, are two metals that look very similar but are very different. So to help you with your next project we’ll take a look at the […]

Make Iron Oxide (for Thermite)

Warning: The electrolysis method in this video produces hydrogen gas, perform either outside, in well-ventilated area, or in an electrolysis box. Ferric chloride is corrosive, wear gloves when handling it. Greetings fellow nerds. I’ve gotten a lot of requests for this so in this video we’re going to make iron oxide for use in the […]

Hobart Filler Metals Help Marine Group Boat Works Build U.S. Navy Dive Boats

These boats have to be real tough. The Navy divers are extremely rigorous. They work 24 hours a day. They’re constantly immersed in salt water, hence the aluminum construction, and they’ve got to be able to slam up against the side of a ship or submarine over and over again and not risk the divers […]

How To Apply Body Filler – Mixing, Spreading, Sanding & Tips – Part 2 of 3 – Kevin Tetz at Eastwood

if I get on it too soon it’s going to load my paper I don’t necessarily want that but I want to find that magic window – I can I can really go to town and I can get this level and shape quickly and efficiently now it is going to continue to shrink somewhat […]