Science Experiment Fail: How NOT to Pour Molten Aluminum

Warning: This video contains strong language.

Shame on the guy with the goggles when he lies to the teacher about having his full face shield on.

It’s a good thing nobody got hurt though.

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14 Responses to Science Experiment Fail: How NOT to Pour Molten Aluminum

  1. Like Belchspeak said, the mold should have been hot too otherwise you get that rapid expansion 'pop' effect, a bit like if you put a stone cold tray in a hot oven sometimes you'll see/hear the tray flex as it heats up superfast. Kind of like the effect of pulling a sheet tight suddenly from each corner, whatever is on the sheet will leap in the air!!

  2. Like Belchspeak said, the mold should have been hot too otherwise you get that rapid expansion ‘pop’ effect, a bit like if you put a stone cold tray in a hot oven sometimes you’ll see/hear the tray flex as it heats up superfast. Kind of like the effect of pulling a sheet tight suddenly from each corner, whatever is on the sheet will leap in the air!!

  3. @Doug

    It was a spanish project, and we got an A, but we had to edit the part when little mishap happened.

  4. @Doug
    It was a spanish project, and we got an A, but we had to edit the part when little mishap happened.

  5. Idiots. Obviously failed basic physical science…and common sense. Not wearing a full face shield? Safety fail!

    Why the hell wasn't there an adult supervising you dumb kids, you're lucky it didn't burn a hole through your face.

  6. Idiots. Obviously failed basic physical science…and common sense. Not wearing a full face shield? Safety fail!

    Why the hell wasn’t there an adult supervising you dumb kids, you’re lucky it didn’t burn a hole through your face.