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#27 - Get that Canadian **** out of here 06/04/2016 on Roll for what you buy 0
#32 - I don't care if this is bait, that's the joke bro  [+] (1 new reply) 06/04/2016 on Tumblr fumblr cumbler +1
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#10 - Hot metal, plus sudden cold water, plus being wrapped in the d…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/13/2016 on Anon explains how to make... +64
#48 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
Are you for real? Hot metal + water = metal rapidly shrinking. Duct tape does shit other than not burn your hand while heating. "spoon explodes". yeah, tell that to literally every single blacksmith in the world who puts burning hot metal into water to quench it. and not pussy "lighter heated spoon" but a solid piece of white hot metal at almost melting point heated in a forge. Guess blacksmiths are immune to explosions then.
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#69 - zekeon (05/14/2016) [-]
Don't they usually quench blades in oil?

I know that water is something you can use but I think oil is usually the preference.
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#70 - thechosentroll (05/14/2016) [-]
They used water for thousands of years and it worked just fine. Oil is used these days because it's better. It cools the metal just a liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittle bit slower, a fraction of the second slower, but just slow enough to significantly decrease the risk of the metal just snapping in half because of the sudden change.
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#66 - thechosentroll (05/14/2016) [-]
Blacksmiths don't usually work with stainless steel, they work with regular, which is much more flexible.

As for the spoon in particular, I've seen it happen (oddly enough it was before I even knew the internet was a thing, just random idiocy as a kid) and the spoon doesn't so much "explode" as splinter. Tiny pieces of it break off and get propelled all over the place by the tension and the steam. Not quite the pipe bomb people assume this makes, but it's still a bunch of really hot shrapnel flying all over the place.
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#52 - viddy (05/14/2016) [-]
Thats because theres no tension in the metal they use fucktard, a spoon has all sorts of different amounts of pressure in it and expands and shrinks depending on the temperature.
#55 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
Do you know what quenching means fuckwad? If not don't lecture me. Quenching is rapidly cooling metal preheated to set temperature when it has molecular structure they want. If let to cool slowly it rearranges itself back to room temp stucture. But if cooled rapidly it doesn't have time to do so so it's left with higher temp structure but at room temp. That's how you get hard metal for blades (or any other you want basing on initial high temp). It does create a lot of inner tension. If you were correct any quenching process done inccorrectly, uevenly, from badly forged piece of different densities etc would result in explosions. At best you can make it crack if you really try hard to fuck it up. Only metals capable of exploding form rapid cooling are: metals which trap a huge bubble of water somehow, or porous metal which has liquid in pores etc - basically any with trapped particlesof material with vastly different physical qualities and behaviour. Next we have "coolant explosion" where the coolant itself explodes, not the metal but that happens mostly in mold casting. Lastly there are alkaline metals which explode just exposed to water but try to make a freaking spoon out of one. As for duct tape: first the post alone states "wrap in duct tape OR TOWEL" second duct tape looses it's qualities when overheated. It would just break.

Do you even physics? I've done that shit with rapidly cooling metal (steel, stainless steel, aluminium, you name it) with running water/putting it into a bucket of water many MANY times And I didn't even make it to crack. Fuck I even once did that with a knife which is old as fuck and has ACTUAL FUCKING DUCT TAPE rolled many times over in place of a handle. Wow, look, both hands and eyes, how the fuck is that possible?
#65 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
Go try the spoon thing then.
Post pics.
#61 - lexarcommander (05/14/2016) [-]
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#41 - Deavas (05/14/2016) [-]
Duct tape has nothing to do with it. It's just so you can hold the spoon while it heats up
#12 - dassasofunny (05/13/2016) [-]
#5 - explodes  [+] (22 new replies) 05/13/2016 on Anon explains how to make... +41
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#8 - dassasofunny (05/13/2016) [-]
Can some genius sciencefag explain how that works?
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#68 - defski (05/14/2016) [-]
This isn't rocket science, lmao. "genius", get out of here.
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#90 - dassasofunny (05/16/2016) [-]
Not everything is literal. When I said "sciencefag" I didn't mean to call faggots interested in science, so fuck off.
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#91 - defski (05/16/2016) [-]
no u
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#13 - raeptiemx (05/13/2016) [-]
the point is to get the heat to travel through the spoon and start expanding the duct tape, once you stick the spoon under cold water and rapidly cool the metal you're: 1) weakening the metal making it very brittle and
2) causing the duct tape to rapidly cool and contract the metal with such force it shatters the spoon.
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#64 - thechosentroll (05/14/2016) [-]
Nah, the duct tape doesn't do shit, it's just good ol' thermal expansion and shrinkage.
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#60 - createdjustnow (05/14/2016) [-]
if the duct tape were important, op wouldn't say you can replace with a towel
#49 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
That doesn't make sense. You are introducing energy to a system in equilibrium, then take energy out leaving it in it's initial state. Statu quo didnt change energywise. BUT - while yes, that homebrew "quenching" probably makes spoon a lot weaker but duct tape, especially synthetic looses its strength aswell plus metal ALSO shrinks while loosing heat and considering it's much hotter than tape it shrinks by a bigger factor . It also looses elasticity meaning it won't contract as easily and remain in this pretty much streched out state. I do it intentionally to duct tape and electrical tape when, for example, just like NOW (what are the odds of that?) I'm temp. fixing my motorcycles airbox (air filter) and I need the tape not to contract while adding layers because it makes the diameter of the rubber pipe smaller and airflow less so I intentionally heat it with heat gun while applying so it doesnt contract the pipe. And it, of course, works.
#50 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
That plus bad quenching leaves metal more clay like, bendable not brittle. Brittle metal is hard metal specifically made to be like that (eg for a cutting edge) and reaching that state of it is not so easy.
#42 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
The duct tape is just so you can hold the spoon without burning yourself.
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#44 - raeptiemx (05/14/2016) [-]
fair enough
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#10 - lexarcommander (05/13/2016) [-]
Hot metal, plus sudden cold water, plus being wrapped in the duct tape means that all of the energy from the heat quickly expands the spoon, turning it into shrapnel
#48 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
Are you for real? Hot metal + water = metal rapidly shrinking. Duct tape does shit other than not burn your hand while heating. "spoon explodes". yeah, tell that to literally every single blacksmith in the world who puts burning hot metal into water to quench it. and not pussy "lighter heated spoon" but a solid piece of white hot metal at almost melting point heated in a forge. Guess blacksmiths are immune to explosions then.
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#69 - zekeon (05/14/2016) [-]
Don't they usually quench blades in oil?

I know that water is something you can use but I think oil is usually the preference.
User avatar
#70 - thechosentroll (05/14/2016) [-]
They used water for thousands of years and it worked just fine. Oil is used these days because it's better. It cools the metal just a liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittle bit slower, a fraction of the second slower, but just slow enough to significantly decrease the risk of the metal just snapping in half because of the sudden change.
User avatar
#66 - thechosentroll (05/14/2016) [-]
Blacksmiths don't usually work with stainless steel, they work with regular, which is much more flexible.

As for the spoon in particular, I've seen it happen (oddly enough it was before I even knew the internet was a thing, just random idiocy as a kid) and the spoon doesn't so much "explode" as splinter. Tiny pieces of it break off and get propelled all over the place by the tension and the steam. Not quite the pipe bomb people assume this makes, but it's still a bunch of really hot shrapnel flying all over the place.
User avatar
#52 - viddy (05/14/2016) [-]
Thats because theres no tension in the metal they use fucktard, a spoon has all sorts of different amounts of pressure in it and expands and shrinks depending on the temperature.
#55 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
Do you know what quenching means fuckwad? If not don't lecture me. Quenching is rapidly cooling metal preheated to set temperature when it has molecular structure they want. If let to cool slowly it rearranges itself back to room temp stucture. But if cooled rapidly it doesn't have time to do so so it's left with higher temp structure but at room temp. That's how you get hard metal for blades (or any other you want basing on initial high temp). It does create a lot of inner tension. If you were correct any quenching process done inccorrectly, uevenly, from badly forged piece of different densities etc would result in explosions. At best you can make it crack if you really try hard to fuck it up. Only metals capable of exploding form rapid cooling are: metals which trap a huge bubble of water somehow, or porous metal which has liquid in pores etc - basically any with trapped particlesof material with vastly different physical qualities and behaviour. Next we have "coolant explosion" where the coolant itself explodes, not the metal but that happens mostly in mold casting. Lastly there are alkaline metals which explode just exposed to water but try to make a freaking spoon out of one. As for duct tape: first the post alone states "wrap in duct tape OR TOWEL" second duct tape looses it's qualities when overheated. It would just break.

Do you even physics? I've done that shit with rapidly cooling metal (steel, stainless steel, aluminium, you name it) with running water/putting it into a bucket of water many MANY times And I didn't even make it to crack. Fuck I even once did that with a knife which is old as fuck and has ACTUAL FUCKING DUCT TAPE rolled many times over in place of a handle. Wow, look, both hands and eyes, how the fuck is that possible?
#65 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
Go try the spoon thing then.
Post pics.
#61 - lexarcommander (05/14/2016) [-]
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#41 - Deavas (05/14/2016) [-]
Duct tape has nothing to do with it. It's just so you can hold the spoon while it heats up
#12 - dassasofunny (05/13/2016) [-]
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