Etch METAL with Battery Power

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, January 31, 2018
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     3 days ago

    Are they temporary????

  • KCHstudio Phx

    KCHstudio Phx

     4 days ago

    Will this work on brass copper nickel anything else

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     7 days ago


  • Sean Foltz

    Sean Foltz

     7 days ago

    Paint the negative of the design with the nail polish rather than trying to scrape it away.

  • sergio urquijo

    sergio urquijo

     14 days ago

    The venegar is used with salt also. There is not chrrent flowing. You could have checked with an amp meter to see if you need more current o more voltage

  • Manuel Vargas Moreno

    Manuel Vargas Moreno

     14 days ago

    This method is called electrolysis, I use copper sulfate if I want to engrave copper, and if I want to engrave aluminum I use aluminum sulfate. As the polish I use engraving polish from graphic chemical or I make it dissolving chapopote and turpentine

  • Harsh Jain

    Harsh Jain

     14 days ago

    Those people are not giving any discount on your coupon.

  • Phantom Of The Opera

    Phantom Of The Opera

     21 days ago

    Should have sand blasted, not the purpose of the video but a lot better results.

  • lori rubideaux

    lori rubideaux

     28 days ago

    use a ohm meter to tell + from -

  • Mike Merriott

    Mike Merriott

     a months ago

    I wonder if you can use this method to sharpen dull knives.

  • Ranch Life

    Ranch Life

     a months ago

    Cool video thank you for your time and advice

  • Toni Touchberry

    Toni Touchberry

     a months ago

    Honey! Try mixing at lot more salt with vinegar! Works great! Been doing that for years!

  • Rysdam Design

    Rysdam Design

     a months ago

    So question if you added to black dye or maybe very water down black paint would have give it a color design maybe ?

  • james rolfe

    james rolfe

     a months ago +9

    Vinagar with salt to make an acid solution

  • Richmond Valeza

    Richmond Valeza

     a months ago

    nice sticker bro.. how can i have one

  • Moni R

    Moni R

     a months ago

    Would this work on pewter?

  • Só Mais Uma Inscrita

    Só Mais Uma Inscrita

     a months ago

    I know I’m really late, but the trick to use nail polish as a mask is to only apply a thin layer of it, the more you apply the easier it peels off

  • Dean Henthorn

    Dean Henthorn

     a months ago

    Electroplating with a gold ring as a source will fill the areas that were yellows part of the crown. Copper will plate also!

  • Michael Pardi

    Michael Pardi

     a months ago

    Tanks sir..iam from indonesia
    Mount bromo east java