Casting Mirror Polished Japanese Foil Ball from Molten Aluminium

Casting Mirror Polished Japanese Foil Ball from Molten Aluminium

In this video i am making a Mirror Polished Japanese Foil Ball from Molten Aluminium that i melted in my Metal Foundry.

This was requested a lot after i posted the ‘normal’ Japanse Foil Ball video, so here it is !

I hope you like the result, and if you do please consider to give this a thumbs up ! 🙂

contact me : presstube@telenet.be

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67 Responses

  1. PressTube says:

    So, there has been this trend of a mirror polished foil ball? Let’s take it to the next level by melting the foil first 🙂 Who liked this video??? 🙂 PressTube OuT !

  2. Michael/SpiderMan In Minecraft Mejia says:

    It looked like the moon when you got it out

  3. ItsJustDen says:

    Smart ass finding a cheat way to make a Japanese ball

    • Vis_Leos says:

      youre retarded

    • Feel says:

      Vis_Leos What are you, nine years old?

    • Vis_Leos says:

      To answer your trivial question that has nothing to do with he video or the comments at hand, no.

    • pF4 says:

      if you said “yor” I think it would have made sense to him, harsh he has to ask if someones older than him because he isnt articulate.

    • Riverside says:

      glad the discussion is so fruitful and wise; you’re all very clever.
      On a more discussion-oriented direction, the original foil ball was a symbol of the sort of dedication required to achieve an impressive product with meager materials; should a video that shows an entirely different process claim a relationship with that?

  4. andrius1994111 says:

    Now make aluminium foil out of that ball

  5. Hamish Osborne says:

    It is pronounced aluminium because that’s how everybody spells it, ‘aluminum’ is just an Americanisation of the English language

    • 0 subscribers with 0 videos says:

      laughinbudda01 No thank you.

    • Dog Mayne says:

      RealityIsTheNow You are correct thst he named it aliminum at first but he later named it aliminium. So i guess both are right to use just that “aliminium” is more right 😉

    • ZAMBKILLA_FTW says:

      Straya

    • WakeEternal says:

      If Wikipedia is to be believed, the British started the spelling/pronunciation controversy. In 1808, British chemist Humphry Davy initially gave the element the name “alumium”; French/German/Swedish chemists countered with the name “alumina,” the name used for the oxidized form of the element. Then in 1812, Davy settled on “aluminum.” But the British scientist Thomas Young protested the use of the “um” suffix indicating that “ium” sounded more “classical.” So both spellings were used by British and American scientists, who initially favored “-ium.” Eventually, the ratio of “-ium” and “-um” use in North America shifted to favor of “-um.”

    • Hamish Osborne says:

      WakeEternal its a shame the world can’t agree on anything

  6. Crushonius says:

    that was so painful to watch please for your safety while pouring aluminium
    learn how make a proper mold with a riser

    • AtomicShrimp says:

      That’s what I was thinking – I wondered if there was one that we had not been shown, but nope – fumes and vapour from the polystyrene coming up out of the same hole that the molten aluminium is going down – that seems like a recipe for nasty accidents

  7. hatsumi says:

    just make a ball with aluminium and put on the microwave for 5 minutes, way more easy.

  8. PKGFX says:

    ah lu minium

  9. SpeedFreak says:

    Ok you did that, now try to unwrap it.

  10. Random Stuff in life says:

    It was on my recommendation for a week forcing me to watch now I ended up watching ..Well lots of hard works to do..I’m not going to do it

  11. Call me Naz says:

    No thumbs up, you drilled a hole in it

  12. Jake Clyne says:

    I call I Tin Foil Haha

  13. epSos.de says:

    In the name of science *we thank you.* Now we can make metal balls of steel sparkle with reflections.

  14. RealityIsTheNow says:

    Aluminum is the proper pronunciation. The man who chemically isolated Al, Sir Humphry Davy, an Englishman, published his work in 1812, and named his new element Aluminum, similarly spelled to platinum and molybdenum. People started, for no scientific reason, incorrectly calling it Aluminium after the fact…and it caught on, eventually spreading worldwide. As far as I know, the Americans are the only people using the correct pronunciation and spelling.

    • xBIGFACEDSHADOWx says:

      Of note, the Internation Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, which the US is affiliated with, adopted aluminium as the preferred spelling in 1990.

    • RealityIsTheNow says:

      xBIGFACEDSHADOWx …..which changes nothing at all about my post. History is history. I’m not saying that most people aren’t or shouldn’t be calling it aluminium. I’m simply pointing out that it is in fact, not correct. Davey, as the scientist who isolated the element and published, named it as he was entitled to do. The world then ignored him and renamed it for no good reason whatsoever. And so here we are.

  15. ChannelSurfer661 says:

    anyone notice the extra DIK on the foil container lul

  16. Jeremy James says:

    It’s the Phantasm ball!!! Run!!!

  17. Jaime iz Real says:

    He says “2 hours later”… Then it’s magically shiny. CMON BRO! AS IF!

    *FAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!*

    PS I know it’s real. But watch, some people won’t read this part of my comment. LMFAO!

  18. Bony the doge says:

    Soooo satisfying

  19. Bony the doge says:

    Made a tiny version of one of these (was half a inch) and everyone was impressed and Idk why though….

  20. The Philosopher says:

    Well.. what about the HOLE in the BALL? Not Satisfied with that!

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