Can You Melt Obsidian and Cast a Sword?

Over the past few months I’ve been working on this video as a follow-up to user comments on a previous video on if it’s possible to cast obsidian. This proved to be a major challenge that took six attempts, broke multiple crucibles and two different kilns. But I didn’t want to stop until I finally […]

#TIG Welding method inside flange #1 (FREE HAND)플랜지 안쪽 용접방법 #1 #tigwelding

Oh, hi. Today we’ve created a video of the inner weld of the flange. The pipe size is 100a and the schedule is 10. It’s about 3mm to 4mm thick. And it’s punching. It’s upside down. Like this…KS KOREA 10k 100A Flange. Slip-on type. There are many types of flanges. Slip-on type butt type There […]

Hot Rod Garage – Build a Welding Cart with the Eastwood MIG 175 – Finnegan from Roadkill

yeah lots of big words like this eastwood big 175 come with optional parts but what do you do when you’ve got a MIG welder take well they’re a plasma cutter and a very small shot like I have to build your own car so today I’m gonna test out the eastwood make 175 while […]

How to Rebuild a Propane Forge (Forge Diaries: Ep. 11)

Welcome to another episode of Forge Diaries. Today, I will show you how to rebuild a propane forge – an activity I have to engage in about once a year. When I create swords, I often forge weld different types of steel to create visually interesting patterns. If you have watched some of my videos, […]

Twist Welding Cable (How To)

In this segment of building the EMG-6, we have a universal tip that you should find useful for more than just building aircraft. This is a tip for treating cable ends to prevent them from unraveling. And a process that we have coined as “twist welding”. Aircraft use cables to control everything from carburetors to […]

What Is Flux? | Soldering

Flux is a very important part of soldering. Flux is necessary to reduce the oxides that tend to form whenever you have hot metals in contact with the air. In electronics, we use a rosin-core solder or a mild solder or water-soluble solder. Make sure that you choose something that’s not plumbing flux or acid-core […]

You Need This Tool – Episode 67 | Lincoln Electric Flame Resistant Welding Sleeves

it’s Friday fool and you need this tool welcome back to another glorious episode of it’s Friday fool you need this tool my name is Kyle Voss and every Friday I bring you a tool a tool that I use here in this shop or that I have featured on this channel this week’s tool […]

Miller Users Weld for Performance

(upbeat music) – I’m Dan Reiger, I’m a welder at the Bobcat Company in Gwinner, North Dakota. Bobcat’s been around for 60 years. I’ve been with Bobcat for 27 years myself. Anything I do I like to be consistent in my welding. My wife calls me a perfectionist. Miller, it makes my work better, my […]

Submerged arc welding

Submerged arc welding is a common arc welding process. The first patent on the submerged-arc welding process was taken out in 1935 and covered an electric arc beneath a bed of granulated flux. Originally developed and patented by Jones, Kennedy and Rothermund, the process requires a continuously fed consumable solid or tubular electrode. The molten […]

What is Flux Cored Arc Welding? (FCAW)

what is flux core welding flux core is an arc welding process that uses a tubular wire electrode with a flux filled inner core the American Welding Society calls this process flux cored arc welding or FC aw all flux core welding is done on equipment that is similar to and sometimes identical to the […]