Melting Cans With The Mini Metal Foundry

Today we’re going to be making muffins. But trust me, this is one recipe you won’t be able to find in the kitchen cookbook. In this project we’re using backyard science, and a bucket full of soda cans, to make a batch, of mini metal biscuits. Let’s start this project with the mini metal foundry […]

-321°F Liquid Nitrogen vs 2000°F Metal Foundry

Hey guys, I’m Nate welcome back to the outside of the workshop, we’ve got another random experiment today We’re trying and this one is brought to us by youtuber elite fusion Z who asks What does liquid nitrogen do inside of the backyard foundry Elite fusion Z? We think this is a great idea? Well […]

Convert Your Backyard Foundry To Propane! (“Gas Blaster” Propane Torch)

In this video I’m going to show you how to build a fire breathing “Gas Blaster” torch from simple, and common materials. This homemade jet torch shoots a steady, and adjustable flame, that gets hot enough to melt metal. Which means, now you can dodge the challenges of charcoal, by powering your foundry, on propane. […]

How To Make The Mini Metal Foundry

Things aren’t always what they might appear to be. For example, this decorative houseplant you’re looking at, is actually an artfully disguised, metal melting furnace. In this project we’re using equal parts of sand and plaster, to make a simple backyard foundry, that’s powerful enough to melt scrap metal in seconds, but still pleasant enough […]

MEGA Metal Foundry

What’s up guys welcome back, thanks for joining us today on the king of random in the past We’ve shown you how to make your very own backyard foundry using a metal bucket and this stuff called kaowool Well this has worked out great. We’ve used it for a whole bunch of different projects and […]

How To Turn Styrofoam, Into Solid Aluminum

For this video, I’m going to show you how to convert something made of styrofoam, into something made of solid aluminum, using common play sand, and a little bit of magic. Start with some foam board from the dollar store and peel the paper layers off the top and the bottom. Now draw, or print […]