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Aluminum is a very versatile material and I would like to promote the awareness of aluminum recycling via different metal casting projects.

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Cope and Drag casting project

This is just a follow up post for my aluminum foundry flask casting progress.
The first four parts of my flask cope are casted, at this stage I have to cast four more parts for the drag part. I made a video of the molten aluminum pouring process and the sand mould shake-out.

2 comments:

  1. If you are installing a furnace in a home that has not previously had a furnace, installing the ductwork and registers will probably be the most labor-intensive portion of the job. Plan the layout of the ductwork carefully, so that air returns and heat registers are not covered by furniture.

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    1. Thank you for that insight.

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