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homemade portable gold mining trommel | hackaday
[TheJogdredge] has been testing out his new gold washing machinesthat he made at home. By running dirt laced with rocksthrough this trommel, gold and precious materials can be filtered out. A video of the process can be seen embedded below.
The rig which is meant to be easily lugged around from site to site ispowered by a Honda GX120 motor. No plastic parts were used in the systemto helpmake it moredurable. But foregoing the use of plastic means that this guy is heavy. The rigweighs about 240 pounds dry, and 265 when soaking wet with a sluice box attached. The rubber tires allow for the machine to be maneuvered from place to place without much hassle.
Although the parts are described on the website, no how-to instructions for this specific device can be found online. This is probably due to the fact that [TheJogdredge] is trying to sell his products and make some money.Releasing the instructions on how to build your own would most likely cut into the potential profits of his design. Regardless of which, this is portable gold mining trommeland perfect for those looking to step up their gold mining and prospecting game. The real question on our minds is: can you get more gold for less effort this way, or through electronic junk mining?
Ever tried getting out to a gold site? I found it surprisingly difficult when I went. Lots of big rocks in the river bed. I would make the CG as low as I can, that way it doesnt fall over easily and you dont have to lift the paydirt up as high.
Dirt with gold flecks goes in the first hopper, the spinning tube uses differential in mass to separates the valuable stuff from plain rocks, the valuable stuff goes down the water slide (the sluice) and the heavy stuff (which is usually metal) gets stuck in the bottom of the track (which used to be made from left over carpet, and after you picked the carpet clean of tiny gold pieces and flecks of gold for several weeks, youd burn the carpet to get the gold dust out).
The trommel works by screening the small stuff from the large stuff. A gold nugget, if it too big, will simply go right out the end into the pile of waste. Mass of the object really has nothing to do with it.
I think its a real nice rig . It will be wonderful if there is clay in the soil . The tumbling will break it up better than just water and it would be great to have a re watering station for desert prospecting . Keep up the good work prospectors always find a way to get the equipment to the paydirt or bring the pay to the trommel . Prospector Dan
I used to work at a karting centre running a fleet of maybe 50 GX160s, we removed the governors to let them rev a bit and those things took abuse day in, day out, for years. Probably put more miles on them than most people put on a car engine. One got hit so hard in a crash the block cracked and you could see the conrod going up & down, still ran fine.
You varmints! Dat dere is gold I tell ya! It is in the value of the rocks taken to yer local quarry. I should know I am The roughest, toughest, mean ol hombre to ever jump a claim. Ive ventured far and wide in my travels, be it by air, land or sea. Ive been a pirate, a prospector and a gunslinger, to name but a few. North, south, east, and west, it seems no matter where destiny takes me, there he be, the thorn in my side that same ol long eared, carrot crunchin rabbit goes by the name-a-Bugs Bunny.