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Is there any relatively easy way someone with a fireplace at home may be able to melt down copper? I've come across a bunch of copper that I'd like to try to melt down into an ingot...no real purpose, just thought it would be cool to polish up my own copper bar and have it.
Is it possible to generate the kind of heat necessary with a fireplace? Any recommendations if I can on how to make a mold I can melt it into?