Tools – DIY Insane Metal Folder

in my last video formed the edges of the panel using hammer forming but as I’ll be doing quite a few panels I wanted to come up with something easier so after some YouTube research I decided I’ll try and make a metal folder one that can fold a 1 meter wide sheet of metal […]

How to Stamp Metal

Hi, my name is Jessica, and I’m with the Potomac Bead Company. Today I’m going to show you how to do stamped pendants. What you’ll need is a hammering block, a hammer, your stamps, we have those in three different sizes: six millimeter, three millimeter and 1.5 millimeter, the pieces of metal that you’re going […]

How To Make Curved Flanges On Sheet Metal Panels | Tipping Die

what is up fabrication nation welcome back for the third day in a row for thinner of how many everybody days anyway got some total education for you today no major fabrication if you were along for the ride yesterday work on the battery box yesterday we built this battery box for the goose of […]

Melting Marbles With Electricity

Hey guys We’re back today with another experiment that I’m personally excited about and been looking forward to for a couple of months I went picked up a couple of bags of marbles from the Dollar store And I’m bringing it back my mini Arc Furnace because I’d like to bring the two together and […]

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 […]

Coat & Hat Rack Made with Rebar & Barn Wood

Hey I’m Justin welcome back to make build modify. I’m going to make a coat rack out of reclaimed lumber and rebar. This is half-inch rebar. When you get it from the construction supply they call it #4. That’s because there’s four 1/8’s in 1/2 inch rebar or four 1/8’s in 1/2 inch. It’s really […]

Using Only Paper to Melt Metal

In today’s video, we’re going to see if we can make paper burn hot enough to liquefy metal. [Music] This is paper. Paper was invented in China in approximately the year 105 CE. It’s usual for a lot of things. We use it for writing, printing, drawing, folding, and occasionally, although it’s not a very […]

Slicing & Dicing – Modifying Grille Shells

These are selected scenes from the 34 minute long ‘Slicing and Dicing’ DVD. Check out all the Covell DVDs at covell.biz ! Hello I’m Ron Covell. Today we’re going to take a look at modifying grille shells. This is a 1932 Ford grille shell, it’s a reproduction made by Brookville Roadster. I think the grille […]

DIY Micro Metal Foundry

In today’s video, we’re taking a classic build, the mini metal foundry, and we’re scaling it way down to a desktop version, the micro metal foundry. [Music] Guys, in the past, you’ve seen both Grant and Nate build different types of foundries. But today, Nate has found a way to make that even smaller, the […]