Make Bio-Plastic From Milk

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  • Published on Jun 18, 2016
  • Making bio-plastic from milk! In this video I will attempt to make casein into blank hard enough to turn on the lathe and shape into a tool handle!
    That's right, I'm going to be turning milk at 3000 RPM's!
    The process wasn't easy for me, but the end result is a satisfying tool with a handle made from milk!
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  • Scary Maika
    Scary Maika 2 days ago

    Actually you were making cottage cheese :D... thats how you can make that at home... tasty :P

  • Teresa Martinson
    Teresa Martinson 2 days ago

    try heating it slightly to try to drive out water.

  • Annette Goka
    Annette Goka 5 days ago

    In the beginning with the boiled milk and vinegar, that's how Ethiopians make their cheese called Aib.

  • ZG
    ZG 8 days ago

    I wish I saw this when I first started my project, instead of basing it on this. Was sold on the idea of it taking 2 days and I have a major deadline soon, fuck...

  • Mike Bartlett
    Mike Bartlett 9 days ago

    Baby cows make good stakes just saying

  • zentex
    zentex 10 days ago

    You should revisit this, but do it the right way

  • Zband
    Zband 12 days ago

    Your cheese slicer has been Man-Handled.

  • mackk123
    mackk123 13 days ago

    thats not plastic, its brittle lol

  • Frederick Adams
    Frederick Adams 14 days ago

    if you want it super hard try heating the casein in Benzaldehyde ( like synthetic Almond Extract . It will form crosslinks and get much tougher .

  • Chic Geeks
    Chic Geeks 27 days ago

    I feel like you could get similar results by letting a block of mozzarella dry, plus, then you could just cut blanks instead of having to mold them.

  • stau ffap
    stau ffap 28 days ago

    You and the other video were trying to make casein, but you're product didn't turn out right, since you didn't purify it enough. You noticed yourself that the product was oily. That's because you didn't get rid of the oil. There are other channels that show you how to purify this stuff and get a decent plastic.

  • Dry Ice
    Dry Ice 29 days ago

    bacteria will decompose it in 3 days, it will stink hard

  • Aimee St. Germain
    Aimee St. Germain Month ago

    If you had added salt, you would have made cow's milk ricotta.

  • Luculencia
    Luculencia Month ago

    This video shows several different methods of making the casein. Long but interesting. The end result is a very sharp kitchen knife :)
    He did some extra steps like washing it and heating it in a pan before leaving it to harden.
    ru-clip.com/video/t557dPspLxo/video.html

  • Alfian Fahmi
    Alfian Fahmi Month ago

    You may need to compress the curd you use. Idk how, tho.

  • Kaye Findley
    Kaye Findley Month ago

    You can’t use whole milk, it has too much fat in it. Here is a great video by an actual scientist. He’s not as entertaining as you are but he is thorough and knowledgeable. Hope this helps. ru-clip.com/video/ToS1vTselII/video.html
    By the way he shows how to make molds for silicone, that is thin enough to pour.

  • bigraviolees
    bigraviolees Month ago

    we do need a revolution in storage, No to plastic and big boxes for ads and eye catching

  • Nathan Cole
    Nathan Cole Month ago

    Maybe freeze dry the mixture?

  • Edward Paulsen
    Edward Paulsen Month ago

  • Hunter Stephens
    Hunter Stephens Month ago

    "I'm going to go inside..... and.. think nasty thoughts about milk"
    DYING

  • Latis mapping
    Latis mapping Month ago

    “I feel like Italian food!”
    -Peter Brown
    My new favorite quote

  • Zoo Crafted
    Zoo Crafted Month ago

    finally a channel that hates baby cows

  • Laurie P
    Laurie P Month ago

    When it broke off the lathe I didn't know whether to laugh or cry... I'm so sorry, but the laugh won and rang out loud and clear. But you persevered, and won thro. You're a crazy, crazy guy. lol; but so witty and tenacious.

  • Danyelle Shaeffer
    Danyelle Shaeffer Month ago

    The 367 dislikes are baby cows 🐄

  • Alberto Ansaldo
    Alberto Ansaldo Month ago

    Non-fat would work much better. You are denaturating the milk proteins by doing so, and fat does not help at all.

  • Asiyah Ali
    Asiyah Ali 2 months ago

    how many ppl get mad at milk
    breastfeeding mothers everywhere can relate lol
    u need a cheese cloth and a press itll dry ALOT quicker

  • Suzette Kath
    Suzette Kath 2 months ago

    Casein plastics aka milk plastics were introduced at the beginning of the 20th century, their starting material being the protein in cows milk, precipitated by the action of the enzyme rennin.
    Although casein is readily moulded to shape under moderate heat and pressure, it does not produce a stable material for manufacture until it has become hardened by soaking in formalin (5% solution of formaldehyde in water) for a long period. Unfortunately, this causes much distortion so casein plastics are almost always produced by machining stock material such as sheet, rod, tube or buttton blanks (small discs). After machining, casein may be polished either mechanically with abrasives or chemically with a ‘dip polish’.

  • L. B
    L. B 2 months ago

    Please get a giant parmesan cheese block and leith it into something PLEASE

  • Travis Pisani
    Travis Pisani 2 months ago

    I'd love to see your house and how many of these crazy items you actually use. Your place must be so eclectic.

  • Sapphire Rachell.
    Sapphire Rachell. 2 months ago

    Why do we need to boil it?

  • Cole Michael
    Cole Michael 2 months ago

    Had that mambo song stuck in my head for years heard it on the radio just couldn’t pin point the wording because I was younger

  • Jalal جلال
    Jalal جلال 2 months ago

    In the Arabic world, we eat this, we call it bagle (not bagel) it tastes good but sour.

  • salif ford
    salif ford 2 months ago

    I tried this and it goes much faster if you dry it in an oven at 40-75 degrees celsius for a few hours

  • Isaac Graff
    Isaac Graff 3 months ago

    I like baby cows, very tasty.

  • Iss Dan
    Iss Dan 3 months ago

    why not drop it in the oven?

  • silkyprcan78
    silkyprcan78 3 months ago

    Some other videos do not boil the milk maybe try making one without boiling milk just to see whats the difference

  • pyromaniac000000
    pyromaniac000000 3 months ago +2

    You basically made milk soap. Broke down the lipids and fats, made it the simplest and shittiest type of soap possible.

  • KeyStroke
    KeyStroke 3 months ago

    You should pulverize the milk solid into dry dust and then mix it with resin. Just an idea.

  • nano :3
    nano :3 3 months ago

    sir.. that's how you make cheese..

  • Jasiel Witherspoon
    Jasiel Witherspoon 3 months ago +2

    It’s just hard cheese

  • Koolgingerkats
    Koolgingerkats 3 months ago

    Oh my god I hate baby cows too

  • Chris Hansen, the check bouncer

    Im a farmer and that is not whole milk lol try that milk and try farm fresh milk. You'll taste the difference.

  • trusten2
    trusten2 3 months ago

    "Shop Time hates baby cows" Love the humor.

  • Connor Dahlgren
    Connor Dahlgren 3 months ago

    If I’m correct, you did in fact make cheese, and let it harden for 82 days... Never been so proud

  • Mackenzie Ellingson
    Mackenzie Ellingson 3 months ago

    Hey Pete! Just watching old videos of yours, and after watching this one and seeing your determination - I'm not sure you'll see this but I'm into knife forging as well. Kiwami Japan creates knives by hand with no power tools out of very random mediums. He created a very successful milk knife that actually cut, and worked wonderfully. If you decide to give milk another chance, I suggest watching his video to observe his methods and perhaps try them on your own. Here's the link: ru-clip.com/video/t557dPspLxo/video.html - and keep it up man! You're entertaining and passionate and have such a beautiful, supportive family. Thanks for all the content!

  • Nerd Made
    Nerd Made 3 months ago

    That's how you make ricotta cheese.

  • BAISHALI MAZUMDER
    BAISHALI MAZUMDER 4 months ago

    Panner.

  • Nisarg Joshi
    Nisarg Joshi 4 months ago

    You literally just made dried _Paneer._

  • Spiky Spiky Boom Boom Man

    * sits on floor saddly * I aM sAd WiTh HaRd MiLk >:(

  • Damion Brooks
    Damion Brooks 4 months ago

    "End zone" if it's American football, "finish line" if it's a race.

  • Derimoto Kenzuyen
    Derimoto Kenzuyen 4 months ago

    Aint this fucking ricotta

  • Henrikas Elinskas
    Henrikas Elinskas 4 months ago

    Are you really so stupid, you made usual cheese and just dried it.
    Idiot!!!

  • Johny Why
    Johny Why 4 months ago

    this video is hysterical :D

  • Septi Lania
    Septi Lania 4 months ago

    For some reason you remind me of Robert Dyke

  • Michael Jensen
    Michael Jensen 4 months ago

    I wonder if you had a fruit dehydrator if it would have helped to dry it out. -- Also is your state very humid? Maybe the difference in results is the humidity?

  • Sawer
    Sawer 4 months ago

    Finally someone who shares my hate for milk...

  • justforthetv
    justforthetv 4 months ago

    Lmfaoooo 30 days

  • RandoTopia
    RandoTopia 4 months ago

    The Mambo Italiano cameo made me very happy

  • zayn dejohn
    zayn dejohn 4 months ago

    Its kinda like cheese at the beginning

  • Justin Bazzle
    Justin Bazzle 4 months ago

    I've seen people cut the cheese, but never turn the cheese.

  • cutecandy XP
    cutecandy XP 4 months ago

    So you just made pot cheese aka ricotta cheese

  • Ronda Byers
    Ronda Byers 4 months ago

    Your hands look so soft and your nails to so good!!!

  • Aubrei Manthey
    Aubrei Manthey 4 months ago +1

    Try bath bombs in resin or epoxy
    Like this so peter considers trying it plssss👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  • Michael Ray-Von
    Michael Ray-Von 4 months ago

    "its just cheese lmfao" what morons you all are

  • Interesting Hooman
    Interesting Hooman 4 months ago

    Something you should keep in the fridge xd

  • Frank Rivera
    Frank Rivera 4 months ago

    you made pot cheese

  • Professor Eggplant
    Professor Eggplant 4 months ago

    It's obviously a cheese grater....
    Or.. A cheese cheese grater?

  • imbetterthan every1
    imbetterthan every1 4 months ago

    Fuck baby cows

  • Annelie Leliveld
    Annelie Leliveld 4 months ago

    ru-clip.com/video/t557dPspLxo/video.html he uses ethanol

  • Jason Ware
    Jason Ware 4 months ago

    Its the amino acid tryptophan that helps you sleep. It's in turkey too.

  • Peiling Pey
    Peiling Pey 5 months ago

    Ed Elric gets mad at milk on a regular basis

  • Peiling Pey
    Peiling Pey 5 months ago

    does this work with expired milk

  • Mini Wheat
    Mini Wheat 5 months ago

    Basically it's a really bad ricotta cheese that was let to "dry"

  • DistilledPuss Water
    DistilledPuss Water 5 months ago

    Soap?

  • I'm Someone
    I'm Someone 5 months ago

    That's paneer. It's used in India. Without the drying part of course.

  • Margaret Hogg
    Margaret Hogg 5 months ago

    This is pretty interesting. I remember doing this experiment in Girl Scouts, of all things. I also remember the results being disappointing. I wonder if rinsing the curds and then kneading them (like people do with mozzarella) would result in a stronger plastic? I can also see how the fats in whole milk would make it more crumbly.

  • Big Chungus
    Big Chungus 5 months ago

    Wait 82 days

  • Jay
    Jay 5 months ago

    Baby Cow
    Lives Matter! lol

  • Mirae Kyama
    Mirae Kyama 5 months ago

    congratulations, you've just turned into a cheese maker XD

  • thumbtak
    thumbtak 5 months ago

    I saw a video online where you bake it over a heater for a long time.

  • LoneSpartan35
    LoneSpartan35 5 months ago

    You should do this again but put the block in a dehydrator to dry it out faster

  • cremes
    cremes 5 months ago

    From what i know that is cheese called paneer and is used a lot in indian cooking.

  • zeruulln
    zeruulln 5 months ago

    Make a bowl out of it.

  • Vexerux
    Vexerux 5 months ago

    6:27 I so was expecting you to say "cut the cheese"

  • martin
    martin 5 months ago

    typical american - this guy has not f...g clue what he's doing

  • Bryan Haley
    Bryan Haley 5 months ago

    missed opportunity for a spilled milk joke when it broke on the lathe

  • karana olivier
    karana olivier 5 months ago

    Hilarious. I enjoyed the ride. It is the same recipe I use to make cheese, but never even considered making a handle or practical object out of it. Think of the possibilities? Food that we can store as tools. LOL. Thanks for a fun and educational time.

  • Yeezy westy
    Yeezy westy 5 months ago

    i would dye it and degas it and then push it into a cylinder and force it through so it comes out like a cylindrical blank and then have something you could turn. make some pen bodies or handles.

  • smiley taco
    smiley taco 5 months ago

    Put it in a dehydratdor for about a week and it works waaaaayyyyy faster

  • Princess Rachel Kleypas-Sparrow

    YOU MADE A GOOD HANDLE TO GO WITH CHEESE BOARD, OBVIOUSLY IT WILL HARDEN MORE, BUT I THOUGHT IT WAS PLACED IN RESIN IT WOULD LOOK EVEN NICER. I THINK YOU SHOULD TRY PLACING SOMETHING LIKE THAT IN RESIN, BEFORE TURNING IT AND IT IS THE ENZYMES WHEN HEATED THAT MAKES YOU SLEEPY.
    I STILL THINK IT IS GOOD BUT COATED IN RESIN WOULD INCREASE THE DRYING TIME. RESIN IS A GOOD SUBSTRATE TO ADD TO THE MILK PLASTIC.

  • Postghost
    Postghost 6 months ago

    I wonder if there's something you could add to the wet plastic to help it harden. or perhaps make the plastic then bury it in salt or something to help draw out some moisture.

  • zxcvbnm 666
    zxcvbnm 666 6 months ago

    You need formaldehyde to change the structure of the proteins

  • Sullidave Sullidave
    Sullidave Sullidave 6 months ago

    The problem with the drying might be because he left it in the mold. If you allow all sides to dry evenly it works better. Also, thicker blocks have difficulty drying in the middle.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galalith
    It is a non-polymer plastic using the long chain proteins in Casein (milk stuff)

  • Rads ical
    Rads ical 6 months ago

    A ton of people get upset at milk!!! The phrase goes “don’t cry over spilt milk.”

  • Rads ical
    Rads ical 6 months ago

    A cheese thing out of cheese. I’m amused

  • Rads ical
    Rads ical 6 months ago

    I mean it was the process of making paneer? I wonder if I leave paneer out for like a month it’ll get that hard?

  • Vino TH
    Vino TH 6 months ago

    That is called panneeer, we make delicious foods with that, try paneer receipes on youtube

  • Patriotic Singh
    Patriotic Singh 6 months ago

    That recipe is very similar to making paneer ( Indian cottage cheese)

  • Barry Gray
    Barry Gray 6 months ago

    its not milk plastic it is dried mozzarella cheese!

  • Barry Gray
    Barry Gray 6 months ago

    powdered milk works better,