Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by vdbpenny1995, Feb 26, 2013.
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I think you shouldn't be discouraging the OP, I really am interesting in melting copper as well. My local scrap yard pays me about $2.50 for scrap #1 copper, if I melted it into bars and sold them on ebay, people are paying $6+ per pound for them. I could even make the mold the same size as a small flat rate and fit a 15 pound bars or so in that. I'm doing research on how exactly to get this done Best of luck VDB
less than 20 minutes on it (not mine) bid bid bid! Its very well worth the bidding price!
NVM im a stupid idiot it says 8oz not 8 pounds. DONT BID!
Keep in touch with me if you find any good types of torches or methods!
Copy's are Out there on eBay!!!
Was not long ago in NYC a Big Name Jewelry maker was cutting a 999.9 100 oz Gold bar.
But found out only 1/4 inch covered the tungsten metal that 99% same weight as gold.
That 1 reason I won't Buy Bid on any metals on eBay.:devil:
I'd disagree propane burns hotter and cheaper. Cutting torch style
Well you shouldn't hold the copper in your hand next time!
I was using needle nose plyers
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