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He Pours Liquid Metal Into A Bucket Of Sand And The Result Is Too Cool. At first, when you see this grown man dumping hot liquid metal into a bucket of sand, it’s easy to be confused. But once you understand what he’s actually doing, it’s genius. It’s hard to believe you can do something so cool and creative using just a few empty soda cans. It’s definitely a very clever way to recycle them.

He Pours Liquid Metal Into A Bucket Of Sand And The Result Is Too Cool. At first, when you see this grown man dumping hot liquid metal into a bucket of sand, it’s easy to be confused. But once you understand what he’s actually doing, it’s genius. It’s hard to believe you can do something so cool and creative using just a few empty soda cans. It’s definitely a very clever way to recycle them.

Bend copper tubing without crushing it by first filling it with salt or sand. in case  you are working on building a still of your own...

Bend copper tubing without crushing it by first filling it with salt or sand. in case you are working on building a still of your own...

Solder Like A Pro: 9 Tips for Creating Perfect Solder Joins Every Time - Jewelry Making Daily - Blogs - Jewelry Making Daily

Solder Like A Pro: 9 Tips for Creating Perfect Solder Joins Every Time - Jewelry Making Daily - Blogs - Jewelry Making Daily

Make decorative joints in copper Copper pipe is a perfect material for long-lasting and decorative garden trellises and other projects. However, if you use regular plumbing fittings, your project is apt to look more like plumbing than art. You can solder copper pipes together by bending one of them over a form made from iron pipe. When you get the end shaped so it makes good contact with the other pipe, sand the area of overlap with emery cloth, flux both pieces, and solder.

Make decorative joints in copper Copper pipe is a perfect material for long-lasting and decorative garden trellises and other projects. However, if you use regular plumbing fittings, your project is apt to look more like plumbing than art. You can solder copper pipes together by bending one of them over a form made from iron pipe. When you get the end shaped so it makes good contact with the other pipe, sand the area of overlap with emery cloth, flux both pieces, and solder.