Video: If you're interested in melting metal, and you totally should be because it's basically the most fun way to recycle soft drink cans, The Art of Weapons details how to make an electric foundry for metal casting. Using charcoal to heat up a foundry can get a bit dirty so it makes much more sense to melt metal by running electric heat through coils. With a little bit of electricity know-how, you'll be on your way to torching things in no time. That orange glow from the hot hot heat of the coil is always so gnarly to see.
How To Build An Electric Foundry To Melt Metal
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