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#1

joao garimpeiro
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10 July 2021 10:14 pm

NEED LITTLE WATER.


I was born in Brazil but my heart is Australian. So I am an Australian wow!!!

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casper
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10 July 2021 10:33 pm

joao garimpeiro wrote:

NEED LITTLE WATER.

WOW!! - thinking "out side of the box" produces an impressive dry gravity classifier - well done joao

casper

Last edited by casper (10 July 2021 10:35 pm)


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Outback
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11 July 2021 01:21 am

Well done Joao ' great to see an original design ! thumbsup

Cheers
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joao garimpeiro
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11 July 2021 09:41 am

casper wrote:
joao garimpeiro wrote:

NEED LITTLE WATER.

WOW!! - thinking "out side of the box" produces an impressive dry gravity classifier - well done joao

casper

Thank you mate.


I was born in Brazil but my heart is Australian. So I am an Australian wow!!!

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joao garimpeiro
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11 July 2021 09:42 am

Well done Joao ' great to see an original design ! thumbsup

Cheers
jack

Thank you mate


I was born in Brazil but my heart is Australian. So I am an Australian wow!!!

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Mackka
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11 July 2021 10:30 am

Great job mate. Best Wishes
Mackka

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11 July 2021 12:37 pm

Well done Jaoa.

Is that little unit something you’ve developed yourself or is it something you already had and adapted it?

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11 July 2021 04:14 pm

Looks like it's OK on small nuggets ..... have you tried it with finer gold ...... or a larger version.
Always good to see something new, cheers.


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joao garimpeiro
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13 July 2021 02:13 am

Mackka wrote:

Great job mate. Best Wishes
Mackka

Thanks mate.


I was born in Brazil but my heart is Australian. So I am an Australian wow!!!

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joao garimpeiro
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13 July 2021 02:15 am

Northeast wrote:

Well done Jaoa.

Is that little unit something you’ve developed yourself or is it something you already had and adapted it?

I developed it myself. It's a prototype. Actual size is 40x60cm


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joao garimpeiro
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13 July 2021 02:24 am

Teemore wrote:

Looks like it's OK on small nuggets ..... have you tried it with finer gold ...... or a larger version.
Always good to see something new, cheers.

can get all the fine gold. incredible! I developed it myself. It's a prototype. Actual size is 40x60cm. All made of polyester resin. Thanks mate


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joao garimpeiro
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13 July 2021 10:53 am

I will soon show it ready in size 40x60 cm pickshovel pickshovel gold-nugget gold-nugget


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13 July 2021 07:42 pm

Well done Joao. perfect


"Gold, ... Bright and yellow, hard and cold, Molten, graven, hammered or roll'd, Heavy to get and light to hold: Stolen, honored, bought and sold, Pride of many a mine untold."

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davent
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13 July 2021 08:36 pm

Very good!

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Smoky bandit
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13 July 2021 09:06 pm

Well done mate. thumbsup


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14 July 2021 11:09 am

Could you show us the results panning fine gold (very fine gold) If it can do that, I'll purchase one, I'm assuming you'll make them for sale? I reckon you'll sell quite a few.


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joao garimpeiro
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14 July 2021 09:18 pm

Jin wrote:

Could you show us the results panning fine gold (very fine gold) If it can do that, I'll purchase one, I'm assuming you'll make them for sale? I reckon you'll sell quite a few.

ok mate, i will do this. This one in the video is the small size prototype. The actual ready size is 40x60cm. Once I finish the resin I will make the new video.


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