How do I get real tiles/mosaics to stick onto aluminium cans?
Asked by xray_eyez 8 years ago
I've seen it on my big redneck wedding but cant seem to find it again. Or how to do it. I would like to do it for prom, i need a step by step on how to create the flower. And if it needs to be welded or what.
Asked by BrandonMooney 8 years ago
As my depression era ancestors would say, those plastic containers that coffee comes in are "just too good to throw away." Other than the obvious uses as a bailing bucket or a scoop, does anybody have a really inventive application? Maybe this could be an "ible" contest.
Posted by axiesdad 8 years ago
I have a presntation for a business proposal, so i need 4 normal size model each of Carlsberg and budweiser beer bottles made of some sort of plastic for this. I also need 4 each made in plastic cans for the same product of Carlsbergs and Budweisers beer. I just want the bottles and cans to look like a real unopened beer.. where can i get this? can anyone help please? its urgent!
Asked by pumpie 7 years ago
Is it true? If so, can they be separated and recycled at a higher value than the cans?
Asked by yokozuna 8 years ago
So I tryed melting some cans with a propane torch and they didn't exactly melt, been told they aren't the best for melting. I think I have some think aluminium wire lying around so I will try melting that , Anything else/ideas. I don't really know what i'm doing with aluminium. I have inkots trays steel ladels ect from my dad. We have done lead plenty of times but never aluminium.
Asked by tom10122 5 years ago
I am Made/making ( i've made one so far ) some Par cans (DJ lights). I would like to know how to build a circuit so the lights can chase each other (chaser circuit). At the moment the lights plug in to the mains and require 230v and 50w to power them. I want the circuit to be safe and I would like to also know what gauge wire I should use. I would like the cost to keep below £20.00 because that would exeed store bought prices. Thank you Oscar
Asked by oscarthompson 8 years ago
Greetings, I'm am looking for methods to grind or shred up aluminum cans enough to be put in a ball mill (rock tumbler with steel balls in it) to make aluminum powder. I read that a stone grinder will cause it to melt. I read that aluminum foil can be ground in a blender then put in a ball mill, but I think aluminum cans might be too thick? Thanks
Posted by NeuroPulse 9 years ago
I've been doing graffiti for a while now, but I have always had to struggle with a very tight budget. i usually use the stock tips that come with spray cans, but i have recently branched out and bought a bunch of different types of graffiti tips to try them out. i like the effects, but the caps are all really weak and are expensive. is there any way to modify stock tips into specialty ones? Please post links to sites or supply any ideas. thanks.
Asked by ilpug 6 years ago
So I've owned a pair of Sennheiser HD555's for about 4 years now and while they haven't broken in any way, I'm looking to buy another pair of Sennheisers that are more portable than the HD555's (10 ft. cable and bulky 1/4 inch jack + open design -_-) I've been considering 2 choices in the Sennheiser 400 series. The HD439's and the HD449's While I know they are both very similar, there are big differences in my opinion. HD 439's: I really like the detachable cable on these, and I've always been in love with the cloth ear pads from my 555's, so i know these would be super comfortable. Also these present a bit more bass than the others in the 400 series, which i don't know if I'll enjoy, because I really only have the HD 555's to compare audio quality to. HD449's: These headphones are apparently a bit more powerful than the 439's because of stronger magnets in their monitors, which is a plus because I mostly listen to music on my laptop, phone, or zune (YES I SAID IT AND I SAID IT PROUD--ZUNE). Also I'v e heard that they have a better range of sound quality not just regarding the bass and treble. The one thing that scares me to death about these cans is the pleather or "leatherette" material for the ear pads. While i know that these are better at blocking outside noise, I can't help but feel like they'd be very uncomfortable. The only other cans i've used with the pleather are the Bose AE2's, so one question is how do they compare? also to beats leather pads? In general, I listen to a broad range of music from classical to rap to indie rock. Pretty much anything but country. I like to have a bit more bass and high tones than mid, but not too much. For this reason, I think the HD439's would be better in regards to sound quality and better design/comfort. The only thing that keeps me looking back at the 449's is the offer of more powerful magnets and better sound when playing from a mobile device or something with a low power output. I also really like the fact that even if i do like lows and highs better, I can always put an equalizer on the HD'449's to tailor their more balanced sound to my wants. But I'm still afraid of the comfort the 449's offer compared to the cloth pads of the 439's. Again I own a pair of Sennheiser HD55's and love their sound quality and comfort. I also own a pair of AKG K181DJ series, but those are mostly for listening to house, dubstep, and drub&bass. I've owned the Bose AE2 (second edition) and have used beats studio for a time. These are really all of my reference points for sound quality and comfort. Anyways, I digress. I'm very torn between the two and I've given all of the info I can. Any suggestions/ratings/opinions would be greatly appreciated.
Asked by bobert610 4 years ago
So I've been experimenting with building a mini foundry made out of steel cans. I've experimented with several different fuels, fuel injection systems, oxygen injection systems, crucibles, and different metals. However, the only metal I've ever been able to melt with it is zinc. (if you don't know, zinc doesn't take alot to melt; only about 700F) My target metals are aluminum and copper, but despite over a year of experimenting, I've never been able to melt either. I would like to know what I'm doing wrong, or what I could do better. Here's the rundown of the furnace's construction: The fuel I'm currently using is propane. The foundry isn't big, (you could fit it in a backpack) so I just use propane canisters for torches with a normal output line on the end. The line runs to a small piece of glass laboratory tubing with a tiny nozzle on the end which is about 1 mm in diameter. The propane shoots out as a stream and mixes with air utilizing the venturi effect. The propane mix then shoots into a large metal pipe about 2 cm in diameter. It then bends up at a 90 degree angle and enters the furnace, which is in essence, a steel can with a hole in the bottom. inside this is a steel can cut in half with a thick wire through it to suspend it above the burner. So what could be improved? When I run it at full blast, the whole furnace glows orange, but no metal melting happens...
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Asked by dak45 6 years ago
By canned food cans, I don't mean soda cans, I mean the cans that pineapple and corn and other stuff come in, just to be clear. From what I know, it's probably not aluminum because it is magnetic. So what metal is it? Is it combined with different metals?
Asked by Orange robot 1 year ago
Not very a complicated one. Something you can make out of stuff that you have at home.
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Does anyone have suggestions on a good free video editing software that can edit videos that can be uploaded to youtube?
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