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Inventing for agriculture

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Mikey: Once you get larger than a 4", the body size becomes an issue, and they need to be designed like reduced versions of the 7" and 9" grinders with a
StoneTool
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Mar 29

furnace repair, ITC 100 etc

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thanks Nelson, I guess then I can used Metrikote IR reflective , ITC 100 or Plistix over this?
caryncbreeef
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Mar 11

anyone make their own crucibles (for brass / bronze)

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The problem with a lid is you can't see what is going on and the dissolved gasses can't escape. It is better to use a cover flux. I use Washing soda as a
Malcolm Parker-Lisberg
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Mar 11

Fw: question about type of burner

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Not sure I understand all of the question.. To shorten the burner tube, wouldn’t a hack saw or a lathe work? _L_ ... Not sure I understand all of the
Lance Eggleston
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Mar 6

matchplate vibrator

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The one Ron points out is good- Plans and drawings included...   Ray Vin is a mock up of the Steven Chastain model in his casting volume one book if you are
Kerri Duncan
3
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Feb 11

Bessemer Process

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I have often thought this very same thing about making steel. And as far as stresses would go I think the best thing to do is make a set of rollers to roll the
Dennis
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Feb 4

propane furnace setup question

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CaryThey all have a tip of one kind or the other. It sounds like it is a professional set up, or did you make it up. The second valve I would think controls
Nelson Collar
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Jan 31
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