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37583

Re: Rotational casting question

After reading that again, I don’t think I worded it very well. What I’m trying to figure out is the optimal layer thickness, per pour. I calculated the
burlrice38583
Mar 8
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37582

Rotational casting question

I have a project I am trying to rotocast. I was wondering if there is a magic number I should be shooting for, as far as wall thickness goes? I want the total
burlrice38583
Mar 7
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37581

Has anyone cast Windsurfer fins

Has anyone cast Windsurfer fins if so how do you do it. Ains
ainsley1012001
Mar 4
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37580
mamadou.barrister
Feb 22
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37579

Re: Photoetching problems

Just a quick genuine "thank you" for all of your very kind informative replies and explanations which have given me a whole new understanding of the processes
philpickles
Feb 9
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37578

Re: Hand made tool

I saw I all thanks to Mike’s link. Very ingenious, but also elaborate. Thank you all. Mike From: mailto:casting@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday, January 26,
mkucaba
Jan 27
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37577

Re: Hand made tool

Sorry, I am not sure if what you can't see are the photos I posted by error (the link to Flickr) or the photos of the amazing workplace.Could you tell, please?
daniel caso
Jan 26
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37576

Re: Hand made tool

try removing the 'show' from the address and look at the individual image set.... https://www.flickr.com/photos/daniel_1_32_scale/sets/72157648103236323 Best
Mike Bauers
Jan 26
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37575

Re: Hand made tool

Thank you Mike, but this requires both java script enabled AND Flash player... both of which I have never been successful loading and/or using. From:
mkucaba
Jan 26
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37574

Re: Hand made tool

Here is the slide-show link https://www.flickr.com/photos/daniel_1_32_scale/sets/72157648103236323/show Best to ya, Mike Bauers Milwaukee, Wi ... Here is the
Mike Bauers
Jan 25
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37573

Re: Hand made tool

Would like to see it,but link doesn’t work for me. Mike From: mailto:casting@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2015 1:17 PM To:
mkucaba
Jan 25
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37572

Re: Photoetching problems

Extraxx is right -- this is the answer. When you see pink always think "copper"! I often clean the tarnish off copper pots using vinegar and salt, and the
Bruce .
Jan 25
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37571

Re: Photoetching problems

Look at the archived material linked under photo etching here http://www.prototrains.com It deals with a high speed etching sprayer tank method and is very
Mike Bauers
Jan 24
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37570

Re: Photoetching problems

Phil. If you warm up the Ferric Chloride liquid to about 25 degrees Celsius (About 77F) it will etch much faster and you can get more etchings out of it. I
nuggles58
Jan 24
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37569

Re: Photoetching problems

Thank you for that Bill,I will do as you say. Following on from that, is there any rule of thumb as to how long one can reuse etchant as it can be an expensive
philpickles
Jan 23
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