Scrapyard Motor Melt Down – Zinc Copper Aluminum – Trash To Treasure – ASMR Metal Melting BigStackD

Hey there again all you awesome people how are you all this week? Today I hit the scrap yard again for a little motor to welcome into the BigStack family. This Motor was only 6.25kgs so i also meld and poured a heap off solid pure zinc balls into over 60 coins. The coins were poured into my mate Bruce’s graphite coin molds his link below. So just sit back and take a break and check out this weeks long video. And have yourselves a great week and see you all next Friday. Merch is finally available but I’m not going to push it like some channels , it’s there to find on your own free will. I will mention it here and there but not throw it in your face in every video like a lot of channels do, but if you don’t want the Merch but still want to support the channel Simply donate some of your time to help support the channel just by allowing the ads to play through this will help out a lot and that’s how I make a bit extra revenue and the good thing is more revenue means more giveaways👊🏻😄. A better way to support the channel is play one of my playlists on your computer before you walk away from it and let it play through that really helps as well but don’t ever feel as though you need to watch the ads if you don’t want to simply skip them and move into the video it’s completely up to you and I understand if you don’t have the time to do so👌🏻and like I always say if you like the rings shown and used in this video be sure to check out the description where you can get 20% off the already discounted rings using my code and if you want to try your hand at melting yourself you can buy the burner on its own or the whole furnace set up and I can organize a 5% link for you off the total furnace price just email me on 😁👍🏻.
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I start with an 80 grit flap disc on my angle grinder then I use my drill with 50 mm round sanding discs . I start with 150 grit then go through the following Grits 240-400-800 Then once I get to the following Grits I use a small squirt of WD-40 1200-1500-2000-2500-3000. The WD40 helps to lubricate the discs and stops the sanding disk binding up with the metal powder . Then after that I use my buffer wheel on my bench grinder to get a perfect mirrored finish on it??????.


Scrapyard Motor Melt Down – Zinc Copper Aluminum – Trash To Treasure – ASMR Metal Melting BigStackD


27 Replies to “Scrapyard Motor Melt Down – Zinc Copper Aluminum – Trash To Treasure – ASMR Metal Melting BigStackD”

  1. Good morning good evening good afternoon to everyone wherever you are on this crazy planet. In today’s video a quick trip to the scrapyard for a mini motor and it wasn’t quite enough to satisfy me so I also poured over 60 zinc coins in my new molds. So sit back relax and enjoy today’s long video. And I’ll see you sensational people next Friday 😁👋🏻.

  2. Ash says:

    Girls sleepover: "I just don't know if he's into me ;_;" *group hug and consoling ensues*
    Boys sleepover: Scrapyard Motor Melt Down – Zinc Copper Aluminium

  3. YaniS2Konoha says:

    Hello from France! (love your videos mate 🙂 )

  4. Chris Beck says:

    Looks fantastic mate! Next week can’t come soon enough 🙂

  5. Umair Javaid says:

    16:21 wow huge one.. Appreciation from Pakistan

  6. Edward Ervin says:

    Ingot didn't get any melon. Cool motor melt down. I like the air hammer idea to get copper out. It looked faster and easier. Thanks from indy 500

  7. 🥳🥳🥳🥳 yes I always celebrate when a BigStackD uploads a video it’s the best part of the day👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻😃😃

  8. Thanks for making this video for us.

  9. ZEVOXP says:

    After a few months following this channel i can say, this is one of my favorite Friday routine.

  10. hukaman88 says:

    Damn boi you got balls of zinc lol

  11. Those new molds look great! I enjoy seeing a good motor melting video

  12. 13:48
    In an alternated universe:
    BigstackD: "hey little guy, you shouldn't BEE here"
    Narrator in Morgan Freeman's voice: "And so, due to the awful and lame nature of the joke, with its final breath, the bee stung BigstackD and flew directly into the burning fires of the devil forge…"

  13. Nilesh Khair says:

    With love from Bharat/ India ❤️👍

  14. wayne levi says:

    I zinc those are pretty nice molds and coins.

  15. Manuel R says:

    BigstackD could you make a big cooper ingot?
    Like 30 or 40 kilos???

  16. Izzy 1985 says:

    Hey Dion. Has Karl Rock ever commented on your vids mate? Considering you always comment on his.

  17. Love the cut from preheating the mold to showing the already sizable pile of zinc coins.

  18. casey wood says:

    I will never understand why people troll you. If you don't like it, why watch it?

  19. Are those motors really that bad? Do they work at least a little?

  20. NiteMareFuel says:

    Are you not allowed to just take as many as you want?

  21. Marvelous and so shiny I need to profect the shine

  22. casey wood says:

    Would have been funny if the balls were brass. Just saying

  23. TTM 1895 says:

    Me personally: there are three parts that I love in you videos
    1. Doggos (Ingot is my favorite)
    2. Melting
    3. Pouring

    I do like your new molds. Doing them in zinc, no less, made them turn out so pristine.

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