Melting Cans With The Mini Metal Foundry

Daily fight at my house. What to do with the soda cans (beers too 😉  Well, this might be the solution, although you have to be very careful. This video will show you how to recycle scrap metal in the backyard, with a homemade, Mini Metal Foundry. Take a look and tell us what you think….Are you going to try it out?

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11 Responses to Melting Cans With The Mini Metal Foundry

  1. ayietim1 says:

    Sure! It’s always exciting to try something new.

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  2. mjmsprt40 says:

    Aluminum melts at relatively low temperatures, it’s one thing that makes joining aluminum parts by soldering or welding so tricky. An aluminum soda-can has almost no resistance to melting, so any decent source of heat should do it. The problem is containing the molten metal.

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  3. Marsha says:

    Alzheimer’s has been scientifically linked to aluminum. Wouldn’t the fumes be toxic as well?

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  4. lee mcleod says:

    thirsty ounces

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  5. lee mcleod says:

    36 ounces

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  6. James Timko says:

    I like your video that’s smart

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  7. Jerry Smith says:

    That was a very educational video for a hobby. I enjoy things to make sense I do a lot of molding in fiberglass. Thanks-JS
    P/S
    The sword could weigh 1 &1/2 lb.

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  8. David says:

    Need instructions for making your a homemade, Mini Metal Foundry

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  9. Lorilynn says:

    This is interesting! Do you know how hot the foundry actually gets? Could it melt copper, iron, or bronze?

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  10. Gustavo Pereyra says:

    The sword weight 9.34 ounces!

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  11. bill says:

    would like to see how you made thefoundry

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