(89)Mikey: The "thermal limit" was 12,000F! Still I like your suggestion of the perlite solidified with the sodium silicate. Just keep it where it is cooler. Carl
(40)I'm involved in the restoration to operation of a 1944 steam locomotive (557.alaskarails.org). For a steam locomotive, this design was probably fairly early in
(28)Thanks, Dick. I just ordered mine. Mikey
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(3)... Looks like a nice build Mikey, but since I am a visual learner you kind of lost me here… Only letting you know because other people may react similarly.
(8)LanceThanks for the info, it is always best to be informed. I'll give it a try.Nelson Collar From: "Lance Eggleston email@example.com [hobbicast]"
(42)thanks John I will check it out. I am pouring tomorrow - will take a note of how well the SFS stuff I bought works - had too much porosity last time.
(8)I went to buying small rolls made in America rather than China and problem solved. From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Date: Mon, 6
(41)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
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