About: Summer 2013 hard rock mill setup. Gold mining.
What's a few hundred G's between friends? Where's the Nepresso machine?
Sophisticated set up. You will find gold. Cool
What shaker table is that?
Also curious how well the spiral concentrator is working out for you? Any losses?
Can you please show more about the trommel
I love the spiral trommel
I’ve only seen 2 people working , pretty cool
What size jaw crusher are yall using? Love the set-up!! Lookin to one very similar in the future.
Hi nice little set up! The funnel type horizontal spiral (orange frame) is very interesting, looking for something similer, did you fabricate this your self? Flexicone's site does not produce this
How much money do you have tied up in your equipment???
Flexi Cone centrifugal concentrators recover 1 micron size gold , very unique method of loosening bed, simple , reliable and the best. Invented 20 years ago, but only with new age of polymers become feasible.
rube goldberg would be cheering your setup, me too
It would be nice if you learned HOW to use a camera....
If you'd like a Sierra Blaster System for breaking up hard rock I am a distributor. No permits, magazines or licenses required. Safe, quiet, effective, inexpensive, guvmint approved.
Great set up.
Now I'm no prospector, but that's what I call a well funded operation! Even got stairs up the hillside. What I'm wondering is, is that all gold in those 2 buckets?
Or is there some black sand still mixed in? And if it's all gold,
how come you ain't doin' your Walter Huston dance? Yee Haw!
Really appreciate your video - considering the conditions - while your trying to run the operation it was very informative. It was clear step by step. Could you describe your electrical power setup in a bit more detail? Also, what state was this filmed in? I am here in Colorado working on establishing or leasing my own claim, so I am doing a lot of research in addition to field prospecting. Your operation looks to be fairly darn mobile as well, which is a plus.
As for Jon Willard's previous comment - I understand his point, but how rude to insert his judgement.
Additionally, I was really pleased to see the comment from Global Mining Equipment that it is made in the USA, as I also thought it was of Chinese manufacture.
Thanks for video.
Howdy, Nice job. What helix are you using? Do you like it?
all looked perfect til i saw the hammer in the bucket,poor guy who gotta smash them rocks,howza bout a large flat sheet of iron on top of fresh bed of logs and use the bucket to do the crushing?