I don't have an answer for you, but if this project is supporting a critical structure, I'd be careful. 100 lbs of concrete costs only $6-7. If you find a way, I might test it on a sidewalk or stepping stones or some other simple project.
First you open a quarry, then you buy a rock crusher, then you get just the right blend of materials mixed together, then you fire it all in a furnace and cool it.What about making concrete from scratch without supplies from the store?
Go to Jackson, MS, go into any 7-11, buy bag of potato chips, pack of Lucky Strikes, Moon Pie and A Doctor Pepper.How do you get aggregate ?
Best response ever; that made my day!Go to Jackson, MS, go into any 7-11, buy bag of potato chips, pack of Lucky Strikes, Moon Pie and A Doctor Pepper.
Enter Interstate 10, merge into traffic and head eastbound, eating Moon Pie, wash down with Doctor Pepper, light up a Lucky, much on the chips and puff on the cigarette as you lob the Moon Pie wrapper out the car window.
Mississippi DPS trooper sees you throw the Moon Pie wrapper out the car window and pulls you over. Sees your New York license plate and runs it for points and warrants.
You get impatient waiting for the PW check and say something stupid.
Trooper charges you with littering and being a stupid Yankee white boy.
You go to jail awaiting trial for littering because they won't accept your AAA bail bond.
Magistrate Judge sentences you the next day to ten days on a road gang cleaning up leftover hurricane debris down in Gulfport. Good news is that you get all the grits and cornbread for breakfast and all the red beans and rice you can eat for lunch. Black eyed peas and ham hocks for supper Oh Boy!
You are issued the biggest hammer you ever saw and are pointed to this large piece of concrete debris the size of a small japanese car. Trooper says when you have that one broken up and put in the dump truck you can eat lunch.
So you MAKE AGGREGATE!