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42lb Tungsten Cube: The Heaviest and Most Dense Metal in the World

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42lb Tungsten Cube: The Heaviest and Most Dense Metal in the World

In the world of metals, tungsten is king. It is the heaviest and most dense metal in the world. Tungsten is so heavy that a cube measuring just 4 inches on each side weighs 42lbs! We call our 42lb 4" Cube Godzilla. In this blog post, we will learn more about tungsten and its many unique properties. We will also take a closer look at the 42lb tungsten cube, which is currently the largest and most dense cube in the world!


Tungsten is a chemical element with the symbol W and atomic number 74. The name tungsten comes from the Swedish language, which means "heavy stone". Tungsten is a greyish-white metal that is found in nature only in chemically combined form. It is estimated that there are about one million tons of tungsten in the Earth's crust.


Tungsten has the highest melting point of any metal, at 3422 degrees Celsius. It also has the highest boiling point of any non-transuranic element, at 5927 degrees Celsius. Tungsten is one of the hardest metals in the world, with a hardness comparable to that of diamond. In fact, tungsten is often used in diamond-tipped drill bits!

YouTubers that dropped a 42lb Tungsten Cube onto concrete

The 42lb tungsten cube is the largest and most dense cube of its kind in the world. It was created by a team of engineers at the Mammoth Metallurgy. The cube is made from a single piece of tungsten, and it measures just four inches on each side. The cube weighs 42lbs, making it the heaviest tungsten object in the world!

42lb 4" tungsten cube
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The 42lb tungsten cube is a truly impressive feat of engineering. It is a testament to the strength and density of tungsten. If you ever have the chance to see this amazing cube, be sure to take a closer look! You will be amazed at the sight of this massive tungsten object. Thanks for reading!


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