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 […]

Liquid Metal vs Dry Ice

Quick reminder guys Check the description for a link to our self made seminar It’s a three day hands on training event where we are going to teach you how to make a living making videos at home Hey guys I’m Nate welcome back to the King of random Today we’re gonna be trying an […]

What Does DRY ICE Do in a Metal Foundry?

Hey guys welcome back, thanks for joining us today on the king of random in the past We’ve done several experiments with dry ice and we’ve had two viewers Give us suggestions of other things to try with the dry ice Daniel milage ask How does liquid nitrogen compare to a cooling bath of acetone […]

Will Liquid Metal Cast in Clay?

Guys, Welcome back! I’m Nate with The King of Random and today we are going to try casting molten metal in clay. In the past, we have tried casting molten aluminum in a few different things We’ve used muffin tins. We’ve used plaster, and we’ve tried using sand. We’ve had mixed results with the sand. […]

Metal Meltdown | Brainiac75

Welcome! In this video I will show you some low-melting metals and alloys. Usually we think of metals being very sturdy, solid and difficult to melt without excessive heat. That is true for many metals like this stick of molybdenum that will first melt at over 4,700°F. But my butane blowtorch maxes out at around […]

What If You Fell Into Molten Metal Terminator 2 Style?

In the famous- and in our opinion, best- Terminator movie, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, the titular Terminator ends the film by lowering himself into a blazing hot crucible full of molten metal. The extreme temperatures are the only way to ensure his total destruction, and through that complete destruction of all his hardware, ensure that […]

Make A Trash Can Metal Foundry

What’s up guys! It’s that time of year where I’m starting to get the itch to get back into metal working again. Now, I went on Amazon to order a new clay graphite crucible, but apparently I ordered the wrong one because this thing is absolutely massive and way to big for my mini metal […]

The Metal Melter

I’ve just modified this Microwave Oven Transformer into a dangerous little device. 800 amps of electrical current is about to be bad news for anything made of metal. Today I’m in the mood to melt some metal. This Microwave Oven Transformer used to be a dangerously high-voltage device, but I modified it so the voltage […]

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 […]

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 […]