Fine gold recovery
Last Post 17 Dec 2017 06:58 AM by SHAWN WILLETT. 7 Replies.
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ALAN McRAEUser is Offline
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30 Nov 2017 12:01 PM

    Does anyone have experience with equipment for fine gold recovery?  I have looked at Royal Manufacturing, the Gold Cube, one from Gold Hog, Martin tables, but I would like some advise before spending more money.  Thanks  Alan

    Thomas WentlingUser is Offline
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    12 Dec 2017 02:22 PM
    I have a miller table and blue bowl. I must say... they both serve a purpose but I think I like the blue bowl better.
    joseph LoydUser is Offline
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    12 Dec 2017 02:46 PM
    The marten table is the best .Roal makes a good one as well .Blue bowls work if you gold is flat and lays on the bottom .With most gold were I am at is more round and it has a hard time in the bowl.
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    Russell WileyUser is Offline
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    12 Dec 2017 10:48 PM
    I love my Gold Cube and Blue Bowl.  Be sure on the Blue Bowl to use some jet dry to eliminate any floating gold.
    Scott LeidenbergerUser is Offline
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    14 Dec 2017 04:06 PM

    Alan,

    I have a Royal gold table.  Love it,  well worth the money. It will catch very fine flour gold that I would miss if just panning. Royal MFG. has a video on the web sight,  check it out if you have not already done so.

    I know a couple of guy's that have a Gold Cube. They really like it as well. 

    Scott L.

    Thomas WentlingUser is Offline
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    16 Dec 2017 03:38 PM
    Well, I guess this didn't help much as far as deciding. The point here is that all these recover devices work. As Joseph stated. Each works a little different. Let us know what you went with and how you like it. Pros and cons to help another. Thanks
    joseph LoydUser is Offline
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    16 Dec 2017 07:10 PM
    I built my own miller table and it works for me .I put all my fine gold aside to get the gold .It is put in a small tub until it gets full .Then I will run it .I use other means to get the last of the gold I loose when panning .I built a recovery system using goldhog mats that works great.
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    SHAWN WILLETTUser is Offline
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    17 Dec 2017 06:58 AM
    I use my cube to get down the heaviest of the heavies, but I use a 10 inch cons pan to do the final seperation. Why? 6 bux alot less that 130 or more dollars for a miller table or 70 for a bowl. And, it's way more thrilling and satisfying when that shiny shows up out of the black sand. That is the best part of panning right there.
    Gold! It look good on ya!
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