How Strong is Tungsten? Hydraulic Press Test!

21 nov. 2020
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Which is the strongest pure elemental metal? Tungsten / wolfram, Magnesium or Bishmuth? How many tons they can take? We are going to test that out with our 150 ton hydraulic press and 150 ton force sensor. Don't try this at home! we are professional and all people were behind really strong blast shield and had personal protection equipment.
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  • W-w was all I got from this video.

    Fizgig WampusFizgig WampusDag geleden
  • How strong is titanium? stronger than your press

    TheTickRulesTheTickRules3 dagen geleden
  • Fun fact: Every time my Wife beats me I die a little inside...

    SmithN' WessonSmithN' Wesson4 dagen geleden
  • Tungsten carbide (as well as other carbides) is very brittle, so I guess it'd shatter to pieces

    Sgt. LynxSgt. Lynx6 dagen geleden
  • I think my head withstand more :D

    MünzjägerMünzjäger6 dagen geleden
  • I think it will be good if u also provide temperature 🌡️

    Talinadh PadalTalinadh Padal6 dagen geleden
  • With the softer metals, couldnt you flatten them like the Play-Doh?

    Lord MegatronLord Megatron6 dagen geleden
  • I remember when this channel had balls .

    GeneralSantucci1stGeneralSantucci1st6 dagen geleden
  • where did they get that cubes?anyone pls tell me

    Khairil AqmalKhairil Aqmal7 dagen geleden
  • At round about 100 tons it definitely started deforming, maybe earlier. But that is hard to tell since it mostly dented the tool beforehand.

    Lord RooLord Roo9 dagen geleden
  • What the heck is the metal made of on your hydraulic press??

    Jason YoungbloodJason Youngblood9 dagen geleden
  • I think when you get the safety box all built, you should add in cadmium, gold, silver, zinc, and platinum to crush along with the nickel cube.

    B.D. CooperB.D. Cooper10 dagen geleden
  • W

    Johnny NimbleJohnny Nimble10 dagen geleden
  • Depleted uranium would probably damage the press.

    UltimateEnd0UltimateEnd011 dagen geleden
  • The strongest metal is what the hydraulic press made

    Dindo CavsDindo Cavs11 dagen geleden
  • Wow im so surprised Tungsten is better than Titanium in this comparison

    梦-DarkForce-梦-DarkForce-11 dagen geleden
  • I heard something doom demons skins equal to tungsten or even more then that powerful I heard something like that on google

    Ego LinggiEgo Linggi12 dagen geleden
  • Oh Boy new box! You can finaly crush some uranium cubes :D

    Cursed Images EverydayCursed Images Everyday12 dagen geleden
  • The problem with thungsten is that it cant be melted and made into a cube by normal means. People use powder metallurgy to form mechanical thungsten parts by compresing mix of thungsten powder and other metals at high temperatures. If pure thungsten was smelted into cube then it would be much more harder! You can see the smaller cube being crushed to dust, but that is misleading because its not "solid" piece of thungsten.

    Cursed Images EverydayCursed Images Everyday12 dagen geleden
  • today on HPC we are going crash our press table with a Tungsten cube

    Radioactive GoatRadioactive Goat13 dagen geleden
  • Dr stone anyone?

    Maidenlisa TaliaMaidenlisa Talia14 dagen geleden
  • 7 tons = supersoft

    Der EinheimischeDer Einheimische14 dagen geleden
  • remembering that they using tungsten for tank warhead

    Kasidis ChomratKasidis Chomrat15 dagen geleden
  • Piot twist : a hydraulic is tungsten

    noparut hirankatenoparut hirankate18 dagen geleden
  • titanium wont press i bet

    Chris EvansChris Evans19 dagen geleden
    • i guess they did it already

      Chris EvansChris Evans19 dagen geleden
  • Huh Tungsten was oddly brittle

    Mad PyerMad Pyer19 dagen geleden
  • and the nickel? great press videos. xD

    Fabian StriebeckFabian Striebeck19 dagen geleden
  • Next material to test: depleted uranium. :D

    YOU MAD?YOU MAD?20 dagen geleden
  • Toongstun 😁

    Naman SharmaNaman Sharma20 dagen geleden
  • What are the prices for these lil cubes? Does anyone know?

    Erik MauricioErik Mauricio20 dagen geleden
  • Thats soopær soft

    Saltyme UtemperSaltyme Utemper20 dagen geleden
  • I wonder if there is anything strong enough to break the hydraulic machine

    DodgeDodge20 dagen geleden
  • Tungsten is stronger than vibranuim

    Rayane KabRayane Kab21 dag geleden
  • Magnesium is weak

    Fioravante ViciousFioravante Vicious21 dag geleden
  • Tungsten is Super Tough

    Fioravante ViciousFioravante Vicious21 dag geleden
  • Is there a possibility to make 2 presses go to each another? Like one upside down and another facing down and make them fight until the entire setup explodes?

    Fei WongFei Wong22 dagen geleden
  • Who else came here after demolitionramch

    ThE SauCeThE SauCe22 dagen geleden
  • next time try beskar ;-)

    kiscsigabeekiscsigabee22 dagen geleden
  • - w -

    Vai ValenVai Valen22 dagen geleden
  • First block of tungsten: *dies* Second block: I shall resist Third block: *wasent here because it could obviously resist the press

    Jacob CampbellJacob Campbell22 dagen geleden
  • its cold wielding

    BiasDeathjamBiasDeathjam22 dagen geleden
  • So, this cube took roughly 20k bar of pressure. A plutonium pit in a nuclear weapon experiences several million bar of pressure in a couple of microseconds when the shock waves of the explosives around it converge.

    Jim EJim E22 dagen geleden
  • Watching a cube get squished is so satisfying

    Matt OoiMatt Ooi22 dagen geleden
  • pretty sure that tungsten was sintered and not actually a solid piece

    Justin BaileyJustin Bailey22 dagen geleden
  • What type of metal is the press made of?

    inquizative44inquizative4422 dagen geleden
  • Please test Maraging 350 or Aluminum 7068 Alloy!!

    Seyed Mohammad Hosseini LavasaniSeyed Mohammad Hosseini Lavasani22 dagen geleden
  • You guys must have the most interesting collection of drink coasters😄

    Cupasmell33Cupasmell3322 dagen geleden
  • I’m sorry but: “poor toongstang” cracks me up

    Markinator 9000Markinator 900022 dagen geleden
  • That block of tungsten can probably support the weight of a fully-loaded A330

    Chris LChris L23 dagen geleden
  • The bismuth almost looked like a metallic block of wood when you were done with it.

    RobRob23 dagen geleden
  • I’d love to see more precious metals crushed like gold and silver. Even stones like cubic zirconia, sapphire, and diamond. Love your work!

    Ben HaasBen Haas23 dagen geleden
  • His head looks like a Kiwi fruit.

    no1bandfanno1bandfan23 dagen geleden
  • Hydraulic press: I am scared of no material... But that thing (tungsten) scares me

    Ekrema ZiaullahEkrema Ziaullah23 dagen geleden
  • "super soft" 6ton lmao

    ozgur toplarozgur toplar24 dagen geleden
  • Try Uranium!

    BrigzLobzBrigzLobz24 dagen geleden
  • I love my earbuds, mine cost 45 usd, 9 hours per charge. And the case has 150 hours of charge and as a portable charging unit.

    Defeeded08Defeeded0824 dagen geleden
  • Tungsten literally means heavy stone.

    faarsightfaarsight24 dagen geleden
  • I love how you can see the W on the first cube, even after it was crushed

    MephiplaysMephiplays24 dagen geleden
  • My wedding band is made of Tungsten. 7years in, forever more to go!

    Lcsighte kenLcsighte ken24 dagen geleden
  • Aren't the press heads themselves made out of a tungsten alloy?

    ??24 dagen geleden
  • I have a pair of those ear buds. They are great. Really bump the sound. They are crisp sounding

    Michael SmythMichael Smyth24 dagen geleden
  • Fun fact: you need a plate made out of tungsten

    BrodieBrodie25 dagen geleden
  • Neeext teest must be URANIUM or PLUTONIUM

    Me HereMe Here25 dagen geleden
  • What type of gauge are you using to determine how many pounds of force your putting on an object? I recently got a 20 ton press, and would like to get a gauge for it so I can tell roughly how much force its putting on the stuff I crush with it.

    Matthew DavidsonMatthew Davidson25 dagen geleden
  • Thumbnail looks like the wikipedia logo

    gziKmdDFrggziKmdDFrg25 dagen geleden
  • XD

    ZulRech DogZulRech Dog25 dagen geleden
  • My wife's pork chops are tougher then tungsten. I should send you one for the test.

    Tom GTom G25 dagen geleden
  • Where do you get those cubes from?

    Rust in PeaceRust in Peace25 dagen geleden
  • Hey, why Tungsten crashed? In the channel "crazy russian experiments" it did not/

    P1a IP1a I25 dagen geleden
  • Even bullet cannot go through the tungsten, you can watch the video at youtube channel demolitionranch

    Meor MuhdMeor Muhd26 dagen geleden
  • Do rolls of coins

    Meatwad BagginsMeatwad Baggins26 dagen geleden
  • The bismuth looks really cool when pressed. It actually looks like it's melting. Maybe it is.

    ShawnShawn26 dagen geleden
  • Sell it or give away

    Stephen ChandlerStephen Chandler26 dagen geleden
  • 3:55 a dentist could help you with that

    AmboNecAmboNec26 dagen geleden
  • If you were to try and press tungsten carbide it would severely damage your tool steel anvils you are pressing with. General Electric used to make synthetic diamonds in extremely high pressure 'belt' apparatus presses in what was called their 'diamond mine' lab, where a tungsten carbide cylinder comprising the die had to be pressed inside a very hard tool steel belt. On occassion if the cylinder was misaligned with the hole in the steel belt when pressing it in, the tungsten carbide would cut right through the tool steel like it wasn't there..I've seen this happen firsthand. These presses were capable of ~ 500 tons if I recall. There was even a press that was ~ 2 stories tall capable of ~ 2 million pounds (1000 tons).

    Outdoor 74Outdoor 7426 dagen geleden
  • The grain orientation differs across the samples.

    earthstickearthstick27 dagen geleden
  • next time heat the tungsten up, 100c 200c and 300c

    rishi patelrishi patel27 dagen geleden
  • By the way .. can you count the tonnage in the voice of the ‘Count’ from Sesame Street? “1 .... 2 .... 3 tonnes ... Hah ... Hah ... hah ... haaaah!” Etc. I think you’d make everyone’s day here in the western world 😉

    Sparkie ShockSparkie Shock27 dagen geleden
  • I wanna see you do a vibranium cube next!!

    Sparkie ShockSparkie Shock27 dagen geleden
  • Stronger then ur momma

    zander copezander cope27 dagen geleden
  • Ied say it was more like 14 ish ton as that’s when the metal started to really move and then crumble at the edges. The big piece started to deform at about 122 but it’s was sinking so it may have been an optical illusion, personally I can’t wait to see that other material we discover or make in the years to come.

    permeuspermeus27 dagen geleden
  • Why... WHYYYY is this so fascinating?!?! 😂😂 Awesome work, sir!!

    Noah LarsonNoah Larson27 dagen geleden
  • Bismuth gonna mush is my guess.

    Professor StratiosProfessor Stratios27 dagen geleden
  • Everyone's gangsta till a 2 in x 2 in cube supports 150 tons

    A Man OnlineA Man Online27 dagen geleden
  • I was just wondering where exactly do you get these blocks?. Hopefully you'll see this and reply. Thank you and have a great new year.

    DSNugent91DSNugent9127 dagen geleden
  • I have the 4 inch W cube. I wonder how many tons to crush it.

    Habib BhattiHabib Bhatti27 dagen geleden
  • But why didn't tungsten go inside the head of the press and only into the bottom? Are they made of different things?

    Arceus ThomasArceus Thomas27 dagen geleden
  • How did the press head not get damaged by 140k pounds pressing on it

    LardNutsLardNuts27 dagen geleden
  • This guy's accent gives me ear headache.

    Ahmad QusemAhmad Qusem28 dagen geleden
  • I only see one thing 1:45

    Faisal GillFaisal Gill28 dagen geleden
  • So you're not gonna press the bluetooth earbuds?

    Fajar KurniawanFajar Kurniawan28 dagen geleden
  • How much did each cube cost?

    Windsor BoundWindsor Bound28 dagen geleden
  • Tungsten is stronger than titanium lol

    Andy WuAndy Wu28 dagen geleden
  • poor tungsten :(

    duperszfanc duperszfancduperszfanc duperszfanc28 dagen geleden
  • Try Uup element 115

    DARRYL SMITHDARRYL SMITH28 dagen geleden
  • Try bimolebidenium!

    Rafael VieiraRafael Vieira28 dagen geleden
  • So after this you will test the strength of depleted uranium?

    ExkaExka28 dagen geleden
  • Holy mother. Did the Wolfram just impact-weld itself to the steel base?

    WebXWebX28 dagen geleden
  • Someone should give this guy a diamond

    Mar TijnMar Tijn28 dagen geleden
  • Is it raycon tungsten?

    Constant RavenConstant Raven28 dagen geleden
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