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tilting furnace plans

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Trying to follow what your looking for. Vcella has a tl16 tilting furnace that melts about 70 lbs of brass. Can not find a v16 crucible on their site. If your
david patterson
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Jun 23

Re: Thanks for all your comments and ideas

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Mikey: When trying to build the typical crucible furnace with a tangential burner Chastain's flare would be real hard to build in. If you say the flare is not
Carl
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Jun 17

aluminum additives

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going to cast this weekend - will try it. I am not that versed with aluminum - the majority of my years casting has been silver, gold, bronze brass and
caryncbreeef
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Jun 17

Chastain Muller book sale

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Thank you for posting this info- Ordered mine today! Had to call them to get my order placed- the website has an error in the shopping cart but nice and
Kerri Duncan
4
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Jun 15

SAND MULLER on EBAY

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Not to me it doesn't! On Jun 12, 2015 11:58 AM, "Nelson Collar nel2lar@yahoo.com [hobbicast]"
Nick Andrews
3
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Jun 12

Using dry nitrogen to degass

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Degassing your aluminum is very simple and I do the same thing as Dave and turn all metals that I will use in my casting into ingots (other than cast iron)
Dennis
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Jun 5

Blazer torch

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Hey Dave, I am probably one of the biggest users of the Smoothieboard (no joke) I have built many many prototype machines with them and just cuz the boat has 2
Dennis
230
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Jun 1

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
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