This video shows the build of a Deluxe “Stainless Steel” Pure Water Still.This Distills all types of Dirty-water/Salt-water to a clean fresh drinking water.The materials you need for this project are : the 24″ stainless steel supply lines are 3/4″. the pvc piece is 1 1/4″ OD to 3/4″ threaded. the coupler is 1 1/4″ to 1 1 /4″. (adjust these as necessary to your specific kettle)Made using a stainless steel teapot and 6 feet of stainless steel tubing,this can either be used on a standard stove burner or rocket stove/campfire/parabolic dish for total off-grid operation.
This assembles/disassembles fast for easy portability.This produces water about 50% faster than my standard stainless steel design
- DIY Video : How to get Gold from Scrap Computer parts that you can find at the junkyard[the_ad id="6432"] These series of videos shows how to easily Refine and Smelt Gold from Computer Memory Chips. In the first video I'm recovering Gold from computer Memory Chips (RAM).The Part 2 video on how to take the gold from computer chips and refine it to a more pure metal and smelt it.In Part 3 video, I'm doing a purity test on the gold I recovered from the computer memory chips.If you follow this process, you will be able to convert all of your old and outdated computer chips into pure gold that you can turn around and sell for money. It’s a great way to salvage your old electronics and get some value out of them.
- How to build a Homemade Wooden Bandsaw Mill from Scratch.Step by step build InstructionsThis video series shows the build of a Homemade Bandsaw Mill from Start to finish.The design for the saw is a good one, in that it was rock solid as it was making the cuts. Making the saw itself move as opposed to moving the wood through it would really make the build a lot more complex. Beefing up the frame to resist movement (chatter) while cutting through 16" of hard maple would be difficult, especially if the height was also adjustable.Using a stick to lever the wood through the saw was a very good way to regulate a steady feed rate and took little effort. For serious cutting in green, thick hardwood, a 2hp motor doesn't really "cut" it. To make the cutting more efficient (read faster), the blade speed should be very high - as high as 6000 fpm - and a motor that size doesn't have the power. A 6-8 hp gas engine would be much better
- DIY Video: How to build a Homemade Gravity fed ,Drip Waste Oil Heater for your Garage . Really Efficient…..Good heat.