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I use one of my wife's old powder brushes. Very soft and gets in small areas.
Funny, Some of my Cores from an aluminum cast were outside in the rain and snow for 6 months before I ran over them with the truck...
Welcome Fellow Ohioan! I'm further North and East of you (Canton-Akron Area).
Make sure you look around here you'll find that the...
Here's some of your older stuff. They drag it out during the cornbread festival open house.
The guy in the yellow and blue high visibility workshirt: Mike Nolan
That's a lot of Aluminum. I've got Manganese and ferro silicon plus a little silicon, if you want to try some everdur. I've made some...
From that Tom Cobett article:
Working on making my life a bit easier. Picked up this mixer for a guy that had started on making it into a muller, but was moving and...
one more grapite tip:
get a parts cleaning brush trim the bristles back about half, use this to work graphite into small details,...
I remember reading one or two other casting related essays by Tom Cobett, so far this is the only one could find.
I've tried soaking the cores in water. Left them for 2 days, and they were still rock hard.
Although, the cores were just made to...
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