[heavy metal music]Welcome to the hydraulic press channel.
Today we are going to continuethe press explosionswith ballistic gelatin seriesand this time we haveeven more dangerous stuff than the last week.
We have some hardened steel stuff.
Some grinding disksand some rocks.
But I think we are going to start with the steel stuffbecause this probably the most dangerous oneAnd I am a bit nervous.
And let's start with the ball bearing.
And last time we had it like this, but today it's going to be like this.
And it's much stronger like thisso we are going to have huge explosion if we are able to explode it.
I'm not sure if we have enough force.
But let's try.
And since this so dangerousWe are behind the blast shield and the plywood.
And we are looking this through the camera screen.
And here we go.
[explosion] Oh my! [laughing]I think that was pretty good!Yeah, let's have a look.
Yep so let's see the gelatines.
This was on the left side.
And we have some stuff here.
That's really brittle.
And we have.
I think I'm going to just pullwith my handsYeah it wasIt was like this.
I think we don't have anything else on this.
[laughs] This was on the right side.
And have a look on this.
[gasp] [laughs] It was like this deep there.
So, this was, this wasby far the most dangerous one.
so by farI have no.
I think this is part of the outer ring of the bearing.
Yeah, we have.
Holy shit!That one is big.
I have to get knife for that one.
But let's look.
That last oneAnd we haveOne here.
That wasn't this deep.
And somesmall stuff here.
Yep there is actually two in here.
Oh!This is pretty bad.
And it was likeIt's like maybe one inch inside.
And then how about, how about this.
I think this is the deepest one.
Yeah, it's really deep.
It's really tiny but it has moved up really fast.
And it was like[laughs]It wasThis has been has to been moving likeat least hundred meters per second so it can get so deep.
Because it's so small.
Yeah, really dangerous.
And here we are filming so fastAnd inside with the [unintelligible] lightsI decide this time to use black and white camera.
And I think we should film even faster because that's so fast.
Yeah you can, there you can see it's not, it's not sharp at all.
But you can see it there.
I think that line thereis the one that went really deep because it's stupidly fast.
Yeah really interesting.
And then we havethis tool installation part.
It's hollow and it's hard and it's steel.
And it's pretty long.
And I am not sure if it's going to explode or just slip out from there.
But nevertheless, I think this isPersonally I feel that this is one of the most stupidest thingif not the stupidest thing that we have ever done with the press.
So don't try this at home.
[loud bang]Enh! No, it didn't explode.
Yeah it broke like this.
I think there was too much of non-hardened steelcompared tolike hardened steel or something.
and I'm not even sure it's that.
I think the surface is hardened becausethis should last quite long.
But I'm not completely sure.
Yeah but it didn't explode.
And then we have obsidian.
It's like really dense lava rock.
And rocks are pretty hard.
And according to videos on the internetobsidian should break into really sharppieces.
They used to make like arrow headsand tools out of this in the stone age.
So if everything goesaccording to plans there should be like somearrow heads flying out of the press.
And here we go.
[loud noise][laughing] Oh.
Yeah I was already thinking that it's not going to explode.
but we had that really tinyexplosion on the end of thingsbut uh, this wasn't dangerous.
Yeah but at least for once, the internet was right.
Look how mean these pieces looked.
are still hereAnd then more rocksThis time we have this rock ball.
And here we go.
And then we have some cd's.
These are a bit like the playing cards but much harder.
And, probably more dangerous.
This looks really bad.
[bang]Whoa![laughing]And here we haveCD pancake.
And most of the CDs arestill here.
and and andThis was just slightly there.
Like maybe couple millimeters.
And we found this behind our blast shield.
It flied like, straight up.
There was also smell of burning plastic after the explosion.
So I think the plastic got really hotand all the stuff that was flying was likelike this partly melted plastic so no penetration.
And then the last one.
I think there is 12 grinder disks.
They are 2 millimeters thick.
So quite similar to CD's but not plastic and probably much worse.
And I have no idea can we crush them.
And will they explode?But it seems to be pretty stupid idea to try.
And here we go.
Oh!Yeah no they are just like, getting crushed.
Yeah, I think they are a bit too soft material for explosion.
Yeah I think the bearing laying on its sideIt was one of the most dangerous crushes ever.
I don't remember any other than that and anvilthat could likeSeriously injure you or even kill at leastI think the anvil would have been deadly if it been in your face.
I'm not sure.
I think this wouldn't been deadly.
Probably but still pretty bad injury.
And it's good to remember because this can happenwhen you like try to remove or install bearings soit's probably good idea not to use full forcewith the small bearings because you are not going to need it if everything is okYep and I try to find large hardened steel parts for the next video.
Because they seems to be the most dangerous thing.
And that is all for today.
Thank you for watching, and have a nice day.
[heavy metal music]And for today's extra content we have yellow [unintelligible]I have no idea what kind of animal it isLooks like stupid fish.
So it can probably attack you while you are swimming.
And because of that, we have to deal with it.
It almost escaped.
Now it's a yellow hole then.