How is Scrap Metal Melted for Ductile Iron Pipe?

At the beginning of the melting process scrap metal, alloys, and coke are loaded into a charge bucket. This bucket travels to the top of the cupola and dumps its contents inside to be melted. Heat is generated by natural gas but coke a synthetic form of coal serves as fuel for the melting process. […]

DIY Metal Foundry Project Tutorial – Melting aluminum in homemade furnace – ep31p2- Roma Custom Bike

In this episode we’ll test the metal foundry we built in the previous episode Hi folks, I’m Custom Cez for Roma Custom bike and I welcome you to part two of the metal foundry project. In the previous episode, if you have missed it check the links in the description, we have built our new […]

Melting Holographic Chrome – Drip Effect Nail Design

Hi everybody, I’m Kirsty Meakin from Naio Nails. In this video, I’m gonna show you how to do a cool Melting Holographic look. Not like – “I’m melting! I’m melting!” Not like that. Kind of like these metals melting. You get what I mean. Gonna use the Urban Graffiti topcoat first of all. We don’t […]

Metal Melting Furnace Build

In this video Im going to show you how I made this metal melting furnace It’s basically a trash can or still pail lined with Kao Wool. I Got the plans from Grant thompson. I’ll leave a link in the description for his channel It’s a smaller metal melting furnace But I have melted aluminum […]

Melting Gallium with a Flashlight

[Captions by Y Translator] Normally, it seems like melting metal with flashlight would be impossible. But we’re going to take it to some extremes. We’re going to take an extremely powerful flashlight, and a metal with an extremely low melting point, and see if we can pull it off. [Music] This flashlight has several settings. […]

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 […]

Melting Platinum with UltraMelt 5P

250 g of platinum is added to the ceramic crucible. The platinum is scrap pieces, in various sizes and shapes. UltraMelt 5P is turned on. Always wear proper safety equipment when operating the UltraMelt. The engineer is wearing welding safety googles to allow him to watch the melting progress in the crucible. Tools: Tongs for […]

What If You Could Melt Metal With Your Hands?

. Imagine being so strong, and so powerful, that you could physically melt metal with your hands! Gold, iron, and even titanium. Technically, yes, you can melt metal with your hands, but not every type of metal. There’s a metal that’s so soft that it can melt at just under 30°C (85.6°F). This metal is […]

Guide to Metal Melting Points (ºF)

Depending on your project, melting point can play a key role in the material you choose. Anything from forging high-temperature applications can drastically change your decision. Online Metals is here to provide a quick walkthrough of the wonders of melting points. Each alloy and material have a range of temperatures with lower end of the […]