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I have rocks with gold in them that I would like to get crushed up so I can get the gold out of them. Willing to barter on terms. I am located in Las Vegas. Here is a sample of one that does have gold in it.

I have rocks with gold in them that I would like to get crushed up so I can get the gold out of them. Willing to barter on terms. I am located in Las Vegas. Here is a sample of one that does have gold in it.

Allen, not trying to discourage you, but you haven't established, or offered any proof that the rocks actually contain gold. Are you proposing that some knowledgeable person on the forum crush the rocks for you and remove any gold, which you will share based upon agreeable terms for the service?

Yes this is only one of the rocks I have. I do not have a gas power rock crusher. I have a hand held crusher coming in a couple days. But withwhat I have there is a number of rocks. mare they all gold I am not sure. I believe that I do have real gold in them. I wish they were all nuggets but did not find those.

Just beat it down into walnut sized rubble with a hammer. Then pulverize it the best you can using a piece of steel and a hammer. Then pan it out. It is really not that hard to crush a few pounds of rock to pan and you can tell a lot more about what you have.

There are lots of clever ways to beat the small pieces into powder. You can use a mortar and pestle made from an old axle and a hub. Or turn it in a cement mixer with a bunch of nuts and bolts. If you do a bit of research you can find a way that is cheap and "easy".

There might be someone in your area that has a crusher and is willing to pulverize some for you. But you are better off just hammering it down by hand unless you have a half pickup load or more of rock to run. Either way you are going to have to beat it down into small pieces with a hammer first before you feed it to a crusher.

I was recently told you can send ore off to be processed for $1k per ton, and Im sure if you have a good sized vein, could be worth the effort. If your vein runs that rich, itll be worth much more than $1k per ton. Im not sure how big a ton of hard rock is, but its somewhere in the neighborhood of 35 buckets of dirt when it comes to dry washing.

I have rocks with gold in them that I would like to get crushed up so I can get the gold out of them. Willing to barter on terms. I am located in Las Vegas. Here is a sample of one that does have gold in it.

Allen, Im local in Las Vegas and might be able to help, I just picked up a Little Rock mill off eBay to crush interesting rocks foundout metal detecting so I can pan them to see if theres any gold (not yet).Itspowered by a small angle grinder and will take pieces up to around 2 inches in diameter also have an anvil, hammer and dolly pot to get the pieces down to size for the mill. I dont know what quantity you have but Im sure some sample material could be crushed to see if its worth going farther?

I have been looking. If somebody can tell me if I am correct by what is have seen. Once I break the rock up if it has fools gold or mica in the rock. The prosecutor magnet will pick those two types up and gold it will not pick up. Is that correct.

I have been looking. If somebody can tell me if I am correct by what is have seen. Once I break the rock up if it has fools gold or mica in the rock. The prosecutor magnet will pick those two types up and gold it will not pick up. Is that correct.

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Took a couple of months, working 3 or 4 hours/day. Didin't work well on the first two iterations, but I kept at it and finally figured out what was required in the design. Not much info out there on the critical details that are required. I'll be selling plans and instructions on building this, or other jaw crushers.

I appreciate the kind words, guys. I've been wanting one of these for a few years. Noticed on the 'net, several people wondering about how to build one, or wanting plans. So, along with the other equpment plans I offer, I figured I'd tackle this and see what I could do. It does good on the relatively soft rhyolite, but we'll see in the spring how it does on harder rock. The amount of offset on the shaft determines the crushing force. More offset = less force, but faster crushing, and vis-versa. I started with 1/8" offset, and it didn't work. Then changed the toggle, still didn't work. Then, I wrongly thought it was the offset, and went to a new shaft with 1/4" offset. Still didn't work. Finally figured out the problem, and it works fine. Probably would also work fine with 1/8" offset, but would be a little slower, but would handle hard rock better. That treadmill motor would probably do hard rock better with less offset, too

Jim, yes a little bit bigger but I size mine down to 3 x 3 or smaller, I converted mine to gas from electric and couple it with my impact mill for minus 30 output. Historic screen size for the quartz / gold in the area.

Jim, yes a little bit bigger but I size mine down to 3 x 3 or smaller, I converted mine to gas from electric and couple it with my impact mill for minus 30 output. Historic screen size for the quartz / gold in the area.

Yup...I've got a fairly well-equipped shop. Lathe, mill, welders, plasma cutter, etc. The roller crusher would be tough. Need hardened rollers for that. I've thought of building a small one, but always decided I needed something else more...LOL

Jack, the very nature of jaw crushers precludes the ability to crush finer than the jaw movement. If you have any movement at all at the lower end of the jaw, the smallest size you can set the output to is equal to that movement. The problem I had with the first two attempts with mine, was too little movement at the lower end of the jaw. Mine now has about the same movement at the bottom as the top, but the timing on the movements is different. One breaks on the upstroke, and one on the downstroke. The movement is 1/4", so the smallest size I can get is 1/4" minus....maybe slightly bigger as I don't want the moving jaw to strike the fixed jaw at the bottom. It's possible to have the movement at the bottom less than the movement at the top, by varying the angle on the toggle. By making that movement less, you could get a smaller output, but at the expense of lower output rate. IMHO, as long as it crushes to <3/8" that's all that's needed before putting it in the impact crusher.

why i prefer the rock crusher over the refinery - [oxygen not included] - general discussion - klei entertainment forums

I tend to just stay holed up tight as I can, conserving my starting water and algae, only hiring 4 dups maybe 5 based on the map. Until I have the full research maxed out, and at least 1 dup able to exosuit sprint, 1 max farm, 1 able to build automation, and the last able to do art without it being his active job, usually the same guy i make my master cook.

And lastly, bring HOT gas from my plastic machine. Actually this guy, the machine was made from wolf, in a area only 40-45C, no gas pipe back up what so ever, and it kept taking heat damage, cause the CO2, was always 150C even when it said 0g stored in the machine.

I tend to just stay holed up tight as I can, conserving my starting water and algae, only hiring 4 dups maybe 5 based on the map. Until I have the full research maxed out, and at least 1 dup able to exosuit sprint, 1 max farm, 1 able to build automation, and the last able to do art without it being his active job, usually the same guy i make my master cook.

Next, the heating of the coolant is neglectable if you only smelt gold. Just breach a p-water pool in a slime biome and pump the p-water in circles. The ambient temperature will barely reach 40C even after 100 cycles. This is because unlike other machinery, the metal refinery actually adds energy to the liquid instead of a fixed temperature. So the high heat capacity of the p-water prevents a sharp increase in temperature.

If you keep a p-water tank and use it for cooling and pumping the p-water back from the smelter it gets hot -ok- have a temp sensor that automates two automation valves one is for save temperature and goes to the smelter, the other opens when p-water reaches let's say 85C and pumps it to a water sieve. The sieve returns the cold water to the tank where u can turn it to cool p-water. (Water+3side p-water = more p-water)

If you keep a p-water tank and use it for cooling and pumping the p-water back from the smelter it gets hot -ok- have a temp sensor that automates two automation valves one is for save temperature and goes to the smelter, the other opens when p-water reaches let's say 85C and pumps it to a water sieve. The sieve returns the cold water to the tank where u can turn it to cool p-water. (Water+3side p-water = more p-water)

fs: keene rc46 rock crusher - azo's: classified ads (for sale/want to buy) - arizona outback's prospecting forum

This Model quickly crushes 4" x 6" Rock into ultra fine powder. Over 20 years of manufacturing has proven this model to be a tried and tested reliable work horse. Rock is quickly crushed into 1/8 inch in size through the first stage jaw crusher and automatically delivered into the roller mill which reduces the material into fine powder. Material is then processed through the roller scraper which further reduces the material into "Ultra Fine Powder".

Oversize material may require an additional pass. All replaceable and wear parts are designed with the operator in mind for easy adjustment and replacement in the field. Powered by an 11 HP Honda engine with a 6 to 1 gear reduction for dependable service. Designed for production with the highest quality material and components available. Built as compact as possible for ease of handling and maneuverability.

Paid over $10,000.00 to purchase and have shipped up to British Columbia and it comes with several hundred dollars worth of spare parts, rollers, scraper plates, jaw crusher plates etc, upgraded with grade 8 bolts and used to crush samples from a hard rock gold claim I have. Have obtained the gold from the ore and now have no need for it. Less than 15 minutes of use on it, in like new condition, still on pallet from Keene Engineering.

Save yourself GST and over $1,000.00 in shipping charges... available for pickup in British Columbia (can deliver for additional price to cover gas etc). I may be interested in a partial trade which includes a GPX5000 (you can never have too many GPX5000's)

how to identify a m22 rock crusher | it still runs

An M-22 "Rock Crusher" is a Muncie four-speed transmission for cars made by General Motors in the 1960s. Identify a transmission type correctly before fitting it into your car. If you have the incorrect transmission, your car may not function properly. You can identify several unique signs that identify an M-22 "Rock Crusher," even if it does not have a GM hallmark imprinted on its surface.

An M-22 "Rock Crusher" is a Muncie four-speed transmission for cars made by General Motors in the 1960s. Identify a transmission type correctly before fitting it into your car. If you have the incorrect transmission, your car may not function properly. You can identify several unique signs that identify an M-22 "Rock Crusher," even if it does not have a GM hallmark imprinted on its surface.

Check the casting number, the production year and the gear ratios on the aluminum serial number plate attached to the transmission box. Every GM Rock Crusher has a casting number with which you can easily identify a transmission box.

Count the input shaft teeth to find out the make of the transmission. Input shafts differ in each GM transmission, so you can easily identify an M-22 "Rock Crusher by its input shaft count. Each transmission has different numbers of teeth. An M-22 "Rock Crusher" always has 26 teeth.

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