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so how did you make the mold for the sword?
its called foam molding you put a carved piece of Styrofoam into a bucket of sand with a small piece still sticking out then pour the molten metal on top of it and as the molten metal melts the styrofoam it takes the shape and bam you have your aliminum or brass or whatever mold
I was going to ask the same question!!
My younger brother loves your youtube channel when I told him you had a instructable account he was so excited.
I like the vid
coffee creamer and gun powder works well
Grrrr... why did it take so long for me to follow you :), well its never too late :). Thank you for posting such awesome projects.
Can u make rocket fuel with kitchen items other than KNO3?
no, you really cant make pyrotechnics without it and only stump remover works because of its high KNO3 level
You can use sodium chlorate or gun powder mixed with some stuff.
you mean black powder with charcoal dust and fertilizer?
no with sodium chlorate, that's NaClO3, when mixed with singe is more powerful than potassium nitrate, or KNO3. When I talk of gunpowder, I mean that you mix it with aluminum powder, to make flash fireworks. -BOOM-
we were talking about rocket fuel, not fire works. but i haven't heard that. i've read a lot of rocket books and found a lot of formulas, but this was not one of them.
with that thought, do you have NaCIO3 in your kitchen? you said out of kitchen items. im also pretty sure you dont carry aluninum powder around the kitchen
You do carry aluminum in your kitchen, alum. It Dosent work like real aluminum powder, but it is mostly aluminum(actually it rodent work at all). Sodium chlorate will be found in the same place as potassium nitrate. The garage.
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