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    Joe

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    Martin Prospecting Fine Gold Recovery Water Clean Up Table 400 mesh Gold 110

    Does anyone have any reviews on this product? It looks like it works great

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    This is a sec product I was looking at.

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    This is a Miller table and you can make one yourself for not a great deal of money. They work very well for separating out gold from black sand, etc. See AzViper's post on how to make one with Easy Liner shelf liner. It will have all the details.
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    yep I also have some of these and gave all of them (EXCEPT 1) away to some friends. they work fine for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldpannerDave View Post
    This is a Miller table and you can make one yourself for not a great deal of money. They work very well for separating out gold from black sand, etc. See AzViper's post on how to make one with Easy Liner shelf liner. It will have all the details.
    Yep, I'am getting ready to build this..Thanks AViper!!
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    Gee-These videos bring back memories of the gold demonstrators at gold shows.
    Concentrate without black sand with mainly coarse gold- Got to find one of their
    locations to sluice. LOL
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    https://www.google.com/search?q=cutt...t+miller+table

    I've found a couple serving trays that might work, but what I need is a crashbox idea to smooth the water coming out of the pump before hitting the table.

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    You're right George. They are always using light sands during their domo's and normally are using gold that's already caught instead of raw material. With the material I see in their domo I could clean up in a pan quicker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcazgoldchaser View Post
    https://www.google.com/search?q=cutt...t+miller+table

    I've found a couple serving trays that might work, but what I need is a crashbox idea to smooth the water coming out of the pump before hitting the table.
    Smooth the water with washing scour pads (without any other surface on them). You can buy 3M blue one in the dollars stores for, well, a dollar. They are about a 1/2 " thick, and have the water flow through them on the way to the gold on your Miller Table.

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    I don't have one but what would be wrong with incorporating a reservoir (basin extending below table level) and the static surface being level to the head of the table and let it fill and overflow water down the table? The basin should probably be capable of containing several times the flow amount. The table needs to be level side to side anyway when it's in operation and water is self leveling so the overflow should be even and smooth all the way across. I would fill the reservoir deep below the surface to avoid any bubbling and bluges. Am I wrong?
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    So here is a new vid I watched. The funny thing is they are useing a fish tank. I wish the river was that easy.

    SANDMAN ATTACHMENT DEMONSTRATION - YouTube

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    I've always wondered if I was the only person that noticed every demo of a water table the "concentrates" dont look very concentrated. Every time I come home with cons, they are black as night and once you add water, it almost turns into a putty. I would like to get one of these tables but wont until I see someone with some real black sand running over it.

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    Minning Tools: 12" Trommel, Royal Drywasher, Viper-Vac, Miller Table, Blue Bowl, Footprints, Google Earth, These Are Just Tools As You Still Have To Be On The Gold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronze View Post
    I've always wondered if I was the only person that noticed every demo of a water table the "concentrates" dont look very concentrated. Every time I come home with cons, they are black as night and once you add water, it almost turns into a putty. I would like to get one of these tables but wont until I see someone with some real black sand running over it.
    Here you go. I ran nothing but black sand so that you can see the black sand moves away and down the table... Sure my demos I added gold cause I did not have any raw dirty at the time. My concern was how well the heavy gold would stick in my videos. As I wanted a table I could dump from my pan to get the bigger gold first then keep the small fine gold in the con for rainy days to run. Say what you want but the tables work.

    Last edited by AzViper; Sep 05, 2015 at 05:36 PM.
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    Keith has built an excellent table here for recovering fine gold, I haven't any equipment for making my own. You might also look at the Black Magic table, it only cost about $130.00. Reed Lukens (not sure of the spelling) has video on here from the past showing it running. I have one, and can say, it works extremely well.
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    Here is Reeds video. If you do not have the skills, tools, or the time to build my table then by all means look at buying the Black Magic as it does the same thing. The Martin is way OVER PRICED. Granted the Black Magic does not have the vial mounted into the bottom of the table, but that can be easily done using a Step Drill Bit.

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