How To Cast Thermite So It’s Solid, Not Powder

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How To Cast Thermite So It’s Solid, Not Powder

How To Cast Thermite So It's Solid, Not Powder

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Here’s something that must be said before we go any further. I’m not liable. For anything. Do your homework and be sure you know what safety precautions to take when handling something like thermite, such as not looking at it during ignition since it gives off harmful ultraviolet light! Be smart, treat this stuff with the respect it deserves. It’s not flash powder but it’s certainly not sugar either

Now, there’s nothing wrong with powdered forms of Thermite, that’s how I got started a few years back, but sometimes you just want something rock solid that burns nice and bright/hot.

I can think of a million things where a solid piece of thermite could come in very handy! It is simple to do and way easy to store after it is cast. Check out how to do this below and let me know a few reasons why you think this is a better idea than powdered thermite.

How To Cast Thermite So It’s Solid, Not Powder

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