Copper is a common metal that can easily be molded, shaped, and stretched. This sturdy metal is resistant to corrosion, and can efficiently conduct electricity and heat, making it a valuable metal used in construction, electronics manufacturing, power transmission and generation, and even in the production of vehicles and other industrial machinery.
If you happen to have scraps of copper with you, one thing you can do is to melt them and mold them into ingots. This way, you can easily sell them for a slightly higher value than if they are in their scrap forms.
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Move on to the Next page video to see the melting and molding process: Making 5 Pound Copper Ingots From Scrap.