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Do these actually work and last for more then a few melts?
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Do these actually work and last for more then a few melts?
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>>1023019
I have prefab one at home, been using it for the last 10 years, here in east europe they sell them for around $ 40 new, you can melt almost any metal with them, things like bronze are easy peasy and if you want to work with steel etc, still okeish it gets it pink hot, a lot of electricity consumption tho, which gets to the point that you are asking for the gas powered ones, that I have no experience with, but they will work for sure, its up to you to keep the maintenance right and take good care of it.
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>>1023019
why wouldn't they, the concept is the same as any other foundry you could make or buy
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>>1023049
Thanks, we are talking about thousand degree fires here so I wanted to be sure it was safe.
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>>1023019
I made one using the video and it works pretty well. I've melted a good amount of aluminum down. I have a hard time keeping the flame sometimes but I'm pretty sure it's just because I'm a tard.
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