Making a bismuth knife to undo an injustice

NileBlue

2,2 млн көрүүлөр741

    Check out some cool Bismuth sculptures, crystals and pendants by going to: www.thebismuthsmith.com

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    I attempt to undo an injustice and re-create the bismuth knife that should have never been destroyed.
    Kiwami's video: kgup.info/get/d56YeY_ShYCEZoM/video

    Nile talks about lab safety: kgup.info/get/l6t1dIimfG15j3c/video
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    1. NileBlue

      I'm going to defend my horrific tool techniques. I am not at all offended by the comments and I think a lot of them are pretty funny, but I think it might be worth mentioning why I made certain choices. For the file, it was mostly because bismuth is really soft (softer than aluminum) and it has a low melting point. So, as you file it, it gets even softer. I'm not exactly sure what happens, but it looks the file just starts cutting grooves instead of cutting anything off. I edited it out, but I did initially try filing it the same way I would steel/aluminum and it just didn't work. It's why the video immediately cuts to me moving the file around aimlessly and saying it's hopeless. It seemed to work best when I used the rasp which cut very deep grooves (the first file I used was pretty close to useless), pushed hard and constantly changed directions. I also got super tired doing this and I got super sloppy in general. I am not claiming at all that it was the best way to do it, but bismuth is different from other metals and you can't file it the same way as you would steel/aluminum. I'd love to hear from anyone who has tried filing bismuth before. For the knife, I just overestimated how sharp it was for the first cut. After failing, I thought it would be fun to use it more like a cleaver. I am nowhere near a master at using a knife, but I can assure anyone who is worried that I know how to cut food. Also, I should add that part of the fun of this video was trying to emulate Kiwami's method (which added a lot to the struggle). If the point of this was to do it most efficiently, I would've just molded it and used a belt sander or something.

      1. Manasi Kale

        Nile, I thought that people who experiment are organised. How come you ard throwing that poor car off the table?

      2. janetweed

        That knife is thiccc

      3. Chris Nitro

        He should make another long comment explaining why this comment is so long

      4. FLASH TCC

        the sand block soaks up water to sharpen knives it takes a lot of technique to do it I would say look a tutorial and practice it

      5. ragnorock cookie

        Also you need to be patient when making swords or knives those things take forever so you got to be at least astonished that people still make this things rather than automating it. And it shows you a true attachment to locksmiths and how much worth they do when making swords and knives

    2. Aidan Collins

      15:02 "Hey weren’t we suppose to do this in the fume hood?" "Uuhhhh"

    3. verne51

      when idiots try and make a knife and FAIL miserably.

    4. Tyler Evans

      The weak destruction relatively transport because tub contrastingly rinse underneath a waggish continent. arrogant, regular protest

    5. Kaia Bedard

      ah yes my two bed time channels kind of merged

    6. Craig Martin

      This is the saddest thing I've ever watched

    7. Ciara Jenson

      it's called a whit block

    8. Unnecessary Artwork

      I’m really glad you know of Kiwami Japan, I feel like you two would get along really well 😂

    9. chinesebassman

      Can you make meth next episode???

    10. Angelus DeLong

      23:12 KABOOM (bo3 zombies nuke sound effect no 1)

    11. BrokenDesktop

      As a Kiwami fan, this was extremely painful to watch

    12. Evan Martinez

      Can't be the only one who misunderstood the title..

    13. Shady Mist

      11:40 hol on dis is in ur GARAGE

    14. Joshua Clark

      BRO THEY ARE WET STONES. THEY NEED WATER TO WORK

    15. Diego Dank Quixote-wry

      A person Reveal?

    16. Hanners

      As a machinist and metalworker it was quite hilarious to see you struggle working with the material :)

    17. MasterDriblue

      When you can make rocket fuel but not a salad

    18. Andesmountain

      I saw lab coats and expected smart people. But they are such dudebros who are actually dumb dumbs. And it was fantastic content omg.

    19. T O'

      So Nile Blue is just Nile Red on a shitposting spree?

    20. Spy Crab

      www.thebismuthsmith.com/product-category/nile-blues-bismuth-knife/ Not a rickroll

    21. Rishil

      17:31 does no one appreciate the fact that he came so close to the actual weight

    22. Spy Crab

      NileBlue? Nah... ...KiwamiBlue

    23. -sound

      6:19 = satisfaction

    24. Marta

      Liking the new background picture on Blue channel, how I only noticed it now? Those figurines are so cute! Thumbs up for whoever made them :)

    25. Leopold Dukes

      Safety is the number one priority in the lab

    26. NerdyPi

      Pretty sure that the big stone with grooves is for flattening the other stones. Also props on the 1.596 guess. I'm going to assume that was a legit guess and I think it's cool when that stuff happens because it can be surprising how accurate you can be when you measure things a ton.

    27. Game riot

      Nileblue: If you made a deeper reservoir for the crystals to have space to grow, you would have had a way better result. Try again I believe in you!

    28. Tristan Nymann

      my son use to go out in the back yard and hammer nails and use a hand held knife sharpener and make tiny knives in the spring and summer

      1. Black Hat

        Nice.

    29. evanfmc

      I think my new band is gonna be called slag fork, thanks for the inspiration

    30. evanfmc

      this video itself is an injustice 🤣

    31. Miss Informed

      As a chemist you do everything in a fumehood, you get that, but you never got the idea to wear respiratory protection while sawing and grinding down the blade and creating dust?

    32. Secret Shark

      So the science man hit that rock and then just didn't apologise Wow What a mean science man

    33. Ricky Norris

      hes super smart but has no common sense

    34. Baer pong

      11:20 ofcourse it is hopeless, you are only using 15% of the file :P

    35. João Pedro

      Holly shit that's a thick knife LoL great video dude

    36. Azalea Shir

      forged in fire :'D

    37. william archie

      The file work. The wet stone. MY EYES BRUH!!!

    38. Anders Le Does Stuff

      your lab looks like a complicated kitchen

    39. Bobby The Cajun

      What did I just watch?

    40. colton bensin

      The deserted hook hemperly welcome because eyeliner pharmacodynamically sniff atop a nonstop slip. lyrical, billowy persian

    41. Kipter 1999

      The reason it probably took so long is because files only cut in one direction and it isn't the direction you were using it.

    42. Lavender Crow

      kiwami japan punching the air rn

    43. the_internet_

      First, cool video and great job.... but one piece of critique... When you were 12 did you juggle knives with the blade sheath off? I mean that is fairly irresponsible, tons of kids watch your channel. Please don't do that again.

    44. Abraham Lee

      couldve put a paper sheet under it when he hammered the brick, so that he could collect more dusts

    45. SlyX Fak

      I can feel my inner handyman screaming

    46. Musashi Dipanusantara

      3:52 when you go to the toilet but its too late

    47. Michael Stover

      Why do I feel like all 4.3K dislikes are either knife aficionados or people horrified at the literal playing with knives?

    48. Daniel Johnson

      You need to sharpen it down some more and risk the brittle.

    49. Stuart Doyle

      Bismooth?

    50. Arun SIVAKUMARAN

      « The cucumber is scratching the knife »

    51. Kyle McDaniel

      You had to buy a hotplate?

    52. Beata Icebridge

      This is so random and I love it

    53. Arshdeep

      is this what scientists do in their free time

    54. CreativeName642

      The next CSGO knife in the making.

    55. Super Abound

      There's got to be at least ONE superhero who's weakness is bismuth

    56. DEVILTHIRST GAMING

      ARE NILE BLUE GOD OF HAMMER!

    57. Super Abound

      Aren't bismuth fumes toxic af?

    58. Will Burnett

      Did anybody see how in the first two minutes of the video the camera man walked by a mirror but he had no reflection

    59. Soulless Mermaid_2

      27:35 im laughing so much lmaoo

    60. Grass

      I love how makers casually have one or several flamethrowers

    61. emmanuel joseph

      8:50

    62. Amiculi

      >1.5 kilo's isn't enough. Bruh, that's how much a longsword weighs.

    63. Tim Matser

      3:25 why do I want to eat it

    64. Albert Bibikow

      You look so happy on this video man.

    65. Ishita Singh

      Just a lab full of cute chemists

    66. knoktikz5150

      Why didn't you just scale down the knife image to fit the page?

    67. Youtubers Behaving Badly

      I love how he clamped the file in the vice 🤣🤣🤣

    68. Conni Bug

      Engineering students go brr

    69. big dick

      looks like some shit from monster hunter

    70. Derp Derpington

      Hammer - The Most important tool in chemistry lab )))

    71. Mike Ascough

      Mmmmmm

    72. Francisco Rosal

      So gañán

    73. Jacoby Clements

      Nobody: Nileblue: DUAL BLOWTORCHES!!!!!

    74. Isaac Newton

      that music you put over the bismuth melting time lapse was amazing and it deserved the name masterpiece

    75. Mr_Skwuid

      *Uses whetstone to file bismuth* "I think that's just for sharpening it" *Uses file and sand paper to sharpen knife*

    76. themememan

      "This is hopeless" *continues to file wrong*

    77. Willem-jan schippers

      Nearly 600k subs

    78. Science done right

      25:58 *PRAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWPER*

    79. Science done right

      7:26 That just sounds weird

    80. Science done right

      3:11 Yeah *REEEALLY STURDY*

    81. errormdl

      It's called hairsaw

    82. ElectroBrocoli Felix

      30 minuter of suffering

    83. trfinnila

      Doug Doug would be proud

    84. Chezyy

      Sick trap house bro

    85. Raj Brar

      The cucumber was actually difficult to cut

    86. Jovanie Narvaez

      Hes so handsome

    87. Prchemist 06

      Drink that pool of molten bismuth. Xd!

    88. Texas Rattlesnek

      Everybody gangsta till nile red akimbo wields blowtorches

    89. Littlemiss Tink

      ya know...you CAN put water on that black sandpaper for metal

    90. Abomination 999

      One of the main reasons I love watching this guy is the pure chaotic energy from all his decisions

    91. Fnö?

      THANK YOU!

    92. Jakub Karczmarz

      Gotta appreciate the Hot Wheels you bought. Be careful tho, it begins with 94 cents

    93. arbington

      Knife job, you really got down to bismuth.

    94. Nihtgenga Lastnamegoeshere

      It looks like a magic item from a fantasy RPG

    95. monkey gamer1234

      isn't the first saw that he used used for cutting wood

    96. rfmerrill

      Pwip!

    97. Szidonia Zsigmond Baticzky

      Nigel, has bismuth at sight, just in case...

    98. Danijel Elpez

      i think nileblue is actually the funnier more relaxed twin brother of nilered

    99. Michael Currin

      Yay mushing fruit and veg lol

    100. The Urkive

      Ok so... I can do the knife making, if I had any bismuth I'd try this for myself and see if it really is that bad or if it actually works when the knife itself is properly crafted