anything better for ball milling bp instead of 1/2' hardened lead/antimony balls? source for 1/2' hardened lead/antimony grinding media (lead balls round balls and one thats filled with brass/cotter nuts i've collected.
poor mans ball mill: make a cheap ball mill for light use. vertimill grinding mills stirred media detritor the - of scm machine company making 'green' sand and mullersw to make green sand for casting of aluminum and brass.
i know i can get lead shot for $13 for 100 1/2' balls, but i can't find brass, stainless steel, or ceramic online anywhere. i really wanted to get
do not use brass, its copper content is an unacceptable risk in pyro (same for bronze) use lead are there any horror stories of a ball mill with marbles as media
there are three types of grinding media that are most commonly used: -flint pebbles -porcelain balls -regular and high density steel and other metal balls other, more special types include bronze or brass, aluminum,
a mix like black powder) using a ball mill, fill your mill jar half full of hardened lead or brass grinding media, and 25 full of potassium nitrate. turn
grinding balls for ball mill for sale, used in many areas of mining and industry to pulverise and grind. available in almost any size from 0.5 to 76.2 mm in
brass works great for bp or just about anything. but the best for last - my depleted uranium media. all ur media are belong to me, as my du slugs
ball mill media type - posted in tools and tooling: it has been a while 1/2' brass rod stock, painstakingly cut to length, might be a much better
products 1 - 12 of 12 — ball mills work by employing various types of media (either steel, ceramic or lead balls) to crush the material in the barrel. to use the mill,
these as media. they are heavy and jagged, being that they are rectangular, so they will only tumble. i think it will be like blade/ball milling at
the price wasn't much of an issue and were definitely cheaper than my brass media. i can't remember specifics but i got like 200 1/2' weights for
this article on choosing milling media for a ball mill by ned gorski is a side article that goes with the 'ball milling 101' article.milling media cautions. in his book