The easist way to find nails and other steel is a magnet. Since this question is posted in 'Building and Carpentry / Technology' it begs the question, 'What kinds of metal are you interested in?' Yes, a magnet will help locate most nails and other ferrous metals (steel, iron), but not aluminum, copper, nor brass, all found in construction. There are commercial metal detectors available for purchase for this purpose, and a Google search for "How to build a metal detector?' produces many links to videos of inexpensive projects. All of these are likely to detect any metal at a shallow depth. Good luck. You will need an electronic oscillator whereby the frequency change can be detected as metal will shift the frequency of oscillation as it passes over or under the metal.
they build the like a boss
Buy it on the internet or you could get a children one in a store which is just as better
You can build a metal dog house or bird feeder. You can also make a tanning board.
Maybe because if we build a train with non-metal it will not able to carry heavy loads which a train build with metal can easily do
METAL They used METAL
i think the united nation is build out of wood and metal
Curiously, only one metal.
You have to ride around until you see circles appear on the finder, keep scanning until it turns into a small red circle. You're looking for something on the ground, a patch of metal, indicating a hidden chest. You can get out of the vehicle and 'use' the metal, unearthing the chest.
it was built with metal
with wood and/or metal
To build stuff that is sturdy.
the forge at the temple allows you to build all the things that need to be built with metal. metal axes, hammers, etc.
its recycled or reused to build new metal
Wood and metal
iron nickel or cobalt
Steel copper brass
A brain, some metal?
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The plural of the noun finder is finders.
ashokrao mane is finder of google