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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - teranin
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Take it to a blacksmith, have them forge a sword and shield with it. I would actually love a gift of 10kg of reasonably decent steel.
User avatar #6 to #1 - wymlan
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As a fabricator/welder I want that **** too
User avatar #25 to #1 - themagicdalek
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With 10kg worth of steel or Aluminium or some **** you could make 50 ******* swords with that.
#34 to #1 - anon id: e9cbaa25
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bet u would
User avatar #13 to #1 - captinchikin
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10KG of steel is a lot smaller than this, I agree with phynight, it's probably aluminum.
#49 to #13 - winternetz
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aluminum weighs 14 pounds per 12"x12"x1" slab, so probably not. its just painted wood.
#29 to #1 - nthmetal
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Why craft a sword, when you can craft an axe...
Why craft a sword, when you can craft an axe...
#27 to #1 - etrian
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I want the dragonslayer, but I probably would never be able to lift it. I'd have to dedicate my life to just being able to carry it around on my back.
User avatar #91 to #27 - darkboss
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Yeeeeeeeeeeeees atleast someone else thought of berserk lol
User avatar #3 to #1 - phynight
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That kinda looks like Aluminium to me.
#16 to #3 - mibserson
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**** you
User avatar #17 to #16 - phynight
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You what? You think you hate Aluminium more than me? I hate aluminium so much it makes me sick just to think about that soft useless lump of crap. So far aluminium has set me on fire, scared my hand, burned holes in my boots AND once set a whole load of my silver ON ******* FIRE!
Not to mention that it stinks to high heaven when you cast it and leaves slag on EVERY SINGLE ******* SURFACE it possibly can.
So **** you and your amateur level of hate; and **** iron too. Give me Bronze any day of the week.
User avatar #18 to #3 - useroftheLOLZ
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Aluminum can actually be used for forging, depending on the type it is. While aluminum doesn't weigh as much as, say steel, it has a higher density, and is all around stronger. But again, it depends on the type of aluminum, and if it's an alloy.
User avatar #19 to #18 - thenez
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>higher density than steel
>stronger than steel

you just went full retard.
User avatar #20 to #19 - useroftheLOLZ
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Just realized I ****** up on the density part, but there are some aluminum alloys that are stronger than some steel alloys.

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User avatar #21 to #20 - thenez
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Interesting.

I will take note of this.
User avatar #22 to #19 - BlaiseGrimm
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you obviously dont science very often do you?
User avatar #23 to #22 - thenez
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Elaborate on why you think I'm wrong, please.

make my day.
User avatar #24 to #23 - BlaiseGrimm
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two words.
composite. alloy.
if you mix two materials together to form a composite, you can create a product that is many times stronger than either of the original substances and possibly more dense and stronger than steel
#59 to #24 - spokenwun
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actually in this case//swords, titanium not used over steel. Strength is subjected to its use.
User avatar #26 to #24 - thenez
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obviously, you think i didnt know that? common knowledge.

regardless, an aluminum alloy on average will still be weaker than steel if the two samples are given the same dimensions. if your using something like tungsten in your alloy, that's a whole other story. in fact, i'm not even sure its viable to create an aluminum alloy with tungsten.
#10 to #3 - anon id: 2a37e914
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Mfw correct spelling
#14 to #10 - anon id: 313666b1
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ALUMINUM. DEAL WITH IT.
User avatar #4 to #3 - teranin
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there's stuff you could make with aluminum that would be useful. Not as fun, but useful.
User avatar #15 - mastersaturday
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You know how expensive that **** is? He should be grateful.
#35 to #15 - meowgustacat
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Dude.
He could sell a small portion for some blacksmith equipment
and use the rest to craft weapons while listening to some serious metal!
#5 - anon id: ad4e4ec4
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Bring it to a machine shop and have someone mill you a giant aluminum knob =O
User avatar #9 to #5 - Ankou
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As a machinist, I volunteer for that job, also, I would kill for that much aluminum, I'm broke
#109 to #9 - SunilCCXXXVII **User deleted account**
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As a machinist I'd be surprised if a broke machinist had a lathe big enough.
User avatar #112 to #109 - Ankou
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I don't own one, it's a program at my school, we have a sizable machine shop for a high school
User avatar #103 to #9 - traks
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As the son of a scrapper and a machinist, I dont understand my fathers obsession with Aluminum. Hes got so much
User avatar #100 to #9 - BlazeBluex
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nice how long for?
User avatar #33 to #9 - oceanmist
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I know right? Aluminum cost out the ass for stock and I can get steel fairly cheap, but it kills my endmills.
User avatar #2 - frostdrachen
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I think you might have forgotten a zero or two from the weight... That blocks looks at least 2 meters long and 20 cm wide, unless the perspective is seriously ****** up.
#11 to #2 - anon id: 9f167b00
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I think it is sitting on top of a set of drawers or something. You can see the front corner just past the edge of the wrapping paper. Using your dimensions, that block would be over 500lbs. or 225 Kg.
User avatar #12 to #2 - xtwinblade
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it is aluminum, so it is about the right size
#50 - volksworgen
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I'd actually like this for my smithing projects.
User avatar #55 to #50 - johnnyferno
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You smith? That's awesome, what have you made so far?
User avatar #57 to #55 - volksworgen
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I've just been making rings so far but that's really not smithing but I made a knife when I was younger and I'm really interested in the craft and have been trying to get stuff together to do more advanced things.
#86 to #57 - klutzyspy
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FALSE

my smithing increases if i make rings!
#87 to #86 - volksworgen
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Ah, well you got me, my smithing skill is actually 100.   
   
   
   
Rather unrelated gif but some people need a good laugh around this time.
Ah, well you got me, my smithing skill is actually 100.



Rather unrelated gif but some people need a good laugh around this time.
User avatar #58 to #57 - johnnyferno
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That is still pretty awesome I once made a spoon in wooden crafts class in middle school. That was cool, lost it sadly.
User avatar #60 to #58 - volksworgen
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Yeah, well just making stuff myself is really fun to me.
User avatar #62 to #60 - johnnyferno
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I know the feeling
Few thing feels as great as making something by yourself.
Either it be jewels, tools, gadgets, art, music whatever.
So keep doing what cha do my good sir!
User avatar #63 to #62 - volksworgen
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You too sir, may you have many successful projects in your future.
#64 to #63 - johnnyferno
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Yeah!
Yeah!
User avatar #66 to #64 - roguehazzard
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No ******* way did a conversation so civilized and creative and supportive and what the **** just happen on Funnyjunk what the ****
User avatar #67 to #66 - johnnyferno
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You ok dude? o.o It seems we broke your grammar!
User avatar #68 to #67 - roguehazzard
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Just broke me a bit, wasn't expecting something like that in the morning. I salute you guys, smithing is awesome.
User avatar #72 to #68 - johnnyferno
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Ohh ok :3 And yeah it is! I don't smith myself, I mostly write....trying to draw once in a while. Nothing too massive.
#65 to #64 - volksworgen
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**** yeah high fives!
**** yeah high fives!
#110 to #57 - anon id: f6b599f9
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Silversmiths are still smiths.
User avatar #70 to #50 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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I'm pretty sure that's aluminum, though.
User avatar #73 to #70 - volksworgen
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Light spearheads or arrowpoints? I actually kind of like aluminum because of how light it is.
User avatar #74 to #73 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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True, it would be good for arrowheads. I imagine if you had the skill you could even make a pretty awesome looking suit of armor. It wouldn't actually be functional, but it would be way lighter than steel and thus be much more practical as a fashion statement.
User avatar #76 to #74 - volksworgen
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It'd be easy to break or bend too but aluminum is easy to melt n shape, making it useful for making little statues or doo-dads.
User avatar #77 to #76 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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You're gonna have a lot of doo-dads by the time you've gone through that block.

You should open a store.
User avatar #78 to #77 - volksworgen
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Doo-dad store for aluminum hand fabricated drake-phalluses.
User avatar #79 to #78 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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"Home of the world's only aluminum dildo. Come inside and feast your eyes and orifices on its lightweight, metallic wonder."
User avatar #80 to #79 - volksworgen
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Can I please hire you as my promotional director?
User avatar #81 to #80 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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My fee is two sandwiches a day. I also accept being payed in dildos.
User avatar #82 to #81 - volksworgen
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Hmm, I think we can work this out.
User avatar #84 to #82 - plainarcane **User deleted account**
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Cool. Now just shave the edges off of the giant block and we can sell it as a pillar.

"Tired of your ordinary Greek columns made of boring old marble? Well have we got the thing for you! This column is 100%, pure aluminum! It holds up your roof with a fresh, unique look! Looks super futuristic! People will always ask about it, excellent conversation starter! Polish it well enough and it doubles as a mirror! And what do we ask for this brilliant masterpiece of modern art? Only five easy payments of $999,999; nearly half the price of your typical modern art painting of preschool crayola scribbles!"
User avatar #85 to #84 - volksworgen
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Aww ******* yiss.



Also if you ain't crafty or something like that you could just sell the solid ******* log of aluminum featured in the content to an aluminum scrap thing.
#53 - albertjester
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that ungratefull ****, i would be well pleased with that much high grade metal. think of all the stuff you could make. and you could sell some of said creations to make money to buy actual music.
User avatar #71 to #53 - Leopard
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I'm just gonna take a guess and say the average person doesn't have access to metal refinery machines.
User avatar #54 to #53 - krasnogvardiech
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Alternatively, you can lift it.
User avatar #56 to #54 - albertjester
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well yeah thats a given.
User avatar #61 to #56 - krasnogvardiech
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Why lift a 10kg bar when you can lift 20kgs of bar?

Gee, albertjester, why does your mom let you have TWO 10kg bars?
#93 to #53 - toncheky
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Buy... music?
#94 - historycanon
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Looks like aluminum. Would give a nice price for scrap..   
   
Ow and here's some real metal you asked for.
Looks like aluminum. Would give a nice price for scrap..

Ow and here's some real metal you asked for.
#83 - samoaspider
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thats pretty metal gift imo
thats pretty metal gift imo
#7 - Sampsy
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That weighs a LOT more than 10kg.
#8 to #7 - anon id: d339f5d8
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It's aluminum. 22 pounds is a perfectly reasonable weight for a bar that size.
#32 to #8 - gappie
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Why did you just go to the imperial system :/
#101 to #8 - Sampsy
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I think you underestimate how heavy Aluminium is.
#47 to #8 - winternetz
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aluminum weighs 14lbs for a 12"x12"x1" sheet.

just for giggles, lets assume that bar is 12x12 (shoe on the right for a very rough scale) and 120" (10 feet) long.

14x120 = 1680 lbs

its clearly wood. he picked it up to find out it was 10kg, and you can see two darker stripes where the boards meet. it is 3 boards glued together and painted silver.
#48 - anon id: 9a685205
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There's way too many people calling it "aluminum" instead of "aluminium" in this thread.
User avatar #51 to #48 - footballmaniac
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Because we're not all eurofags.
User avatar #69 to #51 - gomugomuno
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Americans may pronounce it different to the Europeans but the spelling is still the same.
#75 to #69 - thebaseballexpert
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you mean like color and colour?
and flavor and Flavour?

#111 to #51 - anon id: f6b599f9
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Aluminum sounds stupid tho