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Blazer torch

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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
Carl
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5:43 PM

Steel melting; not smelting.

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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
Dick Morris
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May 15

Screens for sifting sand

(28)
Thanks, Dick. I just ordered mine. Mikey
michaelporter1946
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Apr 29

Hybrid flame nozzles

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... Looks like a nice build Mikey, but since I am a visual learner you kind of lost me hereā€¦ Only letting you know because other people may react similarly.
Jeshua Lacock
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Apr 29

Brazing hearth bricks using sand and sodium silicate

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LanceThanks for the info, it is always best to be informed. I'll give it a try.Nelson Collar From: "Lance Eggleston wheezer606@verizon.net [hobbicast]"
Nelson Collar
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Apr 13

anyone make their own crucibles (for brass / bronze)

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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.
caryncbreeef
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Apr 12

Rust on welding wire

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I went to buying small rolls made in America rather than China and problem solved. From: hobbicast@yahoogroups.com To: hobbicast@yahoogroups.com Date: Mon, 6
Larry Davis
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Apr 6

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
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