loading

Hi,

This is a comprehensive video on how to make your own Green Sand or GreenSand For Metal Casting. I thought this might be helpful to some :)

Regards,

MSFN (Makin Sumthin From Nuthin)

<p>Hi</p><p>Great video. You might look into finding a Paint mixer attachment.They're like a hand blender pc. on steroids .I got a stainless one I've used for large batch food mixing. </p>
<p>Thanks! I have been keeping an eye out for a free one, gifts to the channel are always welcome! LOL :)</p>
Memories of junior high school shop class! It's amazing how I can remember most of the steps even though 42 years have passed since then. I'd love to do this again. Just a matter of finding time and a place to put my foundry (I live in an apartment lol).
<p>An apartment present a problem! Its a fun hobby! Thanks for watching &amp; commenting! :)</p>
Great video. You've made this look pretty easy. Went out and picked up a &quot;sifter&quot;. After looking at several sifters, the one you got at Wally World, has increased to $9.00. I was looking at the Dollar Tree (a real dollar store), and their sifters were fairly coarse. I looked over, and the bacon shields are much finer mesh. Almost as fine as the $9.00 one at Wally's. I figured I'd try one, for a buck. I'll let you know how it works. Its the size of a good size skillet, too. <br> As to cheap kitty litter, same place!
<p>yikes, and I heard on the news there is no inflation ? </p><p>Keep me posted, looks like you will be casting up a storm in no time! </p><p>Thanks for Watchin! :)</p>
<p>That was awesome. Of course, now I'm going to have the itch to cast something...</p>
<p>hahah, cast something &amp; keep me posted! I have lots more instructables on casting if ya wanna check them out! :)</p>
<p>I think I've viewed just about every video out there on making your own green sand, this is the first I can recall that suggested sifting the &quot;play sand&quot; we all use as the base, nice move and your example clearly shows the benefit of that step.</p>
<p>Thanks for Watching &amp; Commenting. As you can see, I removed a lot of garbage from that sand.....now it's clean! :)</p>
<p>Great casting tutorial.</p>
<p>Thank You Sir :)</p>

About This Instructable

3,362views

61favorites

License:

Bio: MSFN is "Makin Sumthin from Nuthin", I suggest you do the same! Basically I take inventory of what I have laying around that most likely ... More »
More by Makin Sumthin From Nuthin:Aluminum Casting-Making Custom Wheel Center Caps JUMBO POOR MAN’s ALUMINUM CRUCIBLE - DIY $0.00 COST How to Disassemble a Large Ball Bearing and Anneal It 
Add instructable to: