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Making Electric Aluminum Foundry DIY

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  • Published on:  Monday, May 13, 2019
  • I decided to make an electric furnace because it's totally silent, I may use it inside my workshop, I also may control temperature and I don't have to worry about lack of gas or wood coal.The furnace works perfectly, after an hour of preheating the temperature is ready to melt aluminium. I didn't test it to maximum temperature because 800 degrees of Celsius is sufficient.An external case is a bit warm but it doesn't pose a problem in using it. I heat workshop in winter so I won't have problem with it :)I am going to use this furnace mostly to cast aluminium, later I am going to use it on lathe.Things I used:REX-C100FK02-V*AN AC 230VTEMPERATURE SENSOR TYPE K 0 ° C .. 800 ° C Fotek SSR-25DA SSR-25 DA Solid State Relay 25A19 Insulating FireBrick J23Some tools I use in my constructions:Self made:Belt grinder 2x48 - https://youtu.be/2rB59KaMjaQVise - https://youtu.be/7BANZRdqFvUDrill press STAND with COOLANT SYSTEM - https://youtu.be/o68uiTp_gWkandWelder IDEAL Tecnomig 200GD LATHE Cormak 330x770Band saw Stiler BS 712RDrill press ZX7016Chop saw Evolution RAGE 3----------------------------------------­­------------------------------------Videos that you may like:https://www.ruhot.net/video/V0ahzDSYDxo/video.html - MOTORIZED Plasma Cutting Trackhttps://www.ruhot.net/video/LTC1qJrGXnM/video.html - Simple Power File DIYhttps://www.ruhot.net/video/f-Ebryi5m0g/video.html - Chain Saw HACK 7 - Drill Attachmenthttps://www.ruhot.net/video/CIU5tcuduCM/video.html - KEYWAY on the LATHE----------------------------------------­­------------------------------------Social media:FB: Made in PolandInsta: made_inpoland----------------------------------------­­------------------------------------Music by YouTube library :ArchetypeArms Dealer LotteryShadowsStill_Standing----------------------------------------­­------------------------------------
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  • Ömer Faruk Sabır

    Ömer Faruk Sabır

     2 days ago +5

    Note for myself from myself: You are not a a scientist nor an engineer while doing toast in the toasting machine.

  • Kevin Smith

    Kevin Smith

     7 days ago +4

    Very, very impressive
    You've used some sophisticated machine shop tools but it obvious that basic hand tools, for example a cheap grinder and stick welder, will do the same job albeit slower.
    Your channel is (arguably) one of the top 10 "make-it' channels on YouTube because it features very useful projects, uses re-purposed parts or sheet metal to reduce costs, has clear instructions and is well filmed
    Many thanks for your terrific content!

  • haugstule

    haugstule

     3 months ago +346

    11:30 that control box is meant to withstand - atom bombs, emp's fall from 10 kilometers hight, being submerged 10 km under the surface of the sea. impressive.

  • Jason Hirsch

    Jason Hirsch

     2 months ago +145

    For your own health (and I love the video, thank you) please- P100 mask. Don't breath that alumina ...

  • PoopCoin Patrick

    PoopCoin Patrick

     14 hours ago

    Your skill and videos are top notch.

  • Swinebagger Hatevirus

    Swinebagger Hatevirus

     2 days ago

    when you glue stuff like those blocks, you gotta put it on both blocks then stick the blocks together. glue sticks to glue.

  • lchurch01

    lchurch01

     1 months ago +3

    Every time I think this guy is done, he adds another feature.

  • Jeff Alessi

    Jeff Alessi

     3 months ago +190

    Be very careful when adding beverage cans to your furnace any remaining liquid will turn to steam and cause a molten metal eruption.

  • Klippy Klop

    Klippy Klop

     4 days ago

    Love your work Made in Poland- awesome video as always. People like you are going to rebuild Poland from the ground up.

  • Paul Greenlee

    Paul Greenlee

     7 days ago +1

    Well there are many great things built in Poland, Your furnace is another to add to the list. Enjoyed your video, many thanks

  • Chad Herrick

    Chad Herrick

     28 days ago

    Man I love seeing people build stuff! I have a similar lathe and I dream of smelting all my beer cans into billets to make stuff! Thanks for posting this!

  • Sek Austria

    Sek Austria

     3 months ago +2

    Nice design and unique idea, i also need that in the futue thanks for the video bro :)

  • САНТЕХНИК LIVE

    САНТЕХНИК LIVE

     3 months ago +9

    Как всегда ЛАЙКОС от САНТЕХНИКА 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • Akinci2600

    Akinci2600

     3 days ago

    Best regards from 🇹🇷

  • Kusanagi Ryuuichi

    Kusanagi Ryuuichi

     2 months ago +2

    XDD... you know? I came to your video clip here about DIY EA Foundry right after a red wine chocolate velvet cake making video... XDDD

  • Hellboyyy Ironman

    Hellboyyy Ironman

     3 months ago +7

    Awesome work bro👍we look forward to more videos...

  • Miika Pekk

    Miika Pekk

     2 months ago +1

    Your oven is quality workmanship! Before my father died my parents used to run an engineering business , They did non ferrous casting. Aluminium, zinc , bronze\brass and the furnaces looked almost the same, circular with insulation brick walls but on a much larger scale. They didn't use electric just coke(coal), a giant blower fan and a crucible made of silicone, Graphite or steel for Zinc. It was fucking noisy and dirty. So electric is much safer because coal produces loads of unhealthy fumes & carbon monoxide.

  • Keith Spencer Sr.

    Keith Spencer Sr.

     2 months ago +1

    Very smart, great idea, enjoyed your video of the project

  • golemvk

    golemvk

     yesterday

    Не надо такой музыки, остальное Зачет!

  • Вячеслав Арсентьев

    Вячеслав Арсентьев

     1 months ago +6

    Мастер! Смотришь видео, и хочется повторить!