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A recirculating sluice box for gold prospecting
Nice and sturdy! Perfect way to use up some of the spare lumber I had in my garage, along with a door I had from an earlier remodeling project. The hole left from the doorknob is perfect for routing electrical!
Works flawlessly. I had ruined so much glass before learning this. I appreciate your sharing this.
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At $900 an oz. that must have been a while back as it is $1345.00 now.I had an idea that the least gone over area's for gold are where there is NO Water. So, I came up with my own Sluice box, fully self contained. I like arroyos/ a dry river type bed, they only get water when a lot of rain washes down from the hill's and mountains bringing Heavy Metal with it. My Sluice works by reusing the water over & over, I have used it Two Week's and not ran out. think about making something like this and build one.
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Update: I was drilling some dog holes and it finally settled in to me that a flat, one piece top is most appropriate for woodworking unless you're able to joint and plane your stock. I'm happy with what I've got for now but I'll put more thought into vise mounting and dog holes next time.
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I was going to say the same thing. Use deck screws, or any kind of wood screws. I snapped plenty of drywall screws in projects like this, before learning that they are really not meant for wood.
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