3KG Bronze Blocks from Mixing Copper & Pewter – Bronze From Scrap


So i want to do a certain WW1 weapon soon and needed some bronze . I had a heap of pewter figures i melted down and mixed with Copper . Pewter is about 85%-95% Tin so this will work great to mix with copper and make Bronze.

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D Heighway
P O Box 490
Bunbury 6231
WA , Australia

3KG Bronze Blocks from Mixing Copper & Pewter – Bronze Form Scrap

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  1. Hey, to lower the loss in metal, first melt the copper, when it is liquid, add the tin. In industrial foundries it is done like that. First melting the base metal(often has the highest melting point) than add the other alloying metals. Some flux is never Bad, especially when your dealing with brass, Aluminum and alloys with reactive metals like magnesium or zinc. Greetings from Germany

  2. Ahhhh!!! FINALLY, home to STACKS & CHILL….. now b4 we start let's get the, Fruity Pebbles my favorite cereal to watch the TUBE;]

  3. Professional at work hahahahaha I think this was the first video I was like..: this guy is into something with his content. Been watching ever since

  4. Hey, how do you go about scrapping this in after melting down, I’ve just purchased my own 10kg devil forge and then realised the scrap yards won’t accept home forged metal,


  5. What is the metal hammering sound we can listen? It seem like some one are forging steel or using some kind of steam press machine

  6. You are amazing bro. Your videos are art. I’m considering taking up this hobby. I have many hobbies already and love to do lots of things. Would you recommend it?

  7. Hi bigstackD…love the casting videos. I used to be a moulder years ago. Could you tell me what Infrared Thermo/pyrometer you're using and where to get one please? Thanks Kevin.


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