This showed in my YouTube feed the other day.
I'd be up for 1 or 2 of the smaller ones. Any pictures?
I'm in Houston so color me interested.
Sorry to hear that and hope you are back at it soon enough. I do find it humorous that even at reduced speed, you are more productive than I am...
Very nice, will we get to see this bolted to a go-faster in the near future?
Very nice work, that's silver?
Lost toad casting?
Sculpture by Steve Worthington
Welcome back Mantrid! I always enjoyed your work and post on AA. Looking forward to seeing more.
Welcome Ian, nice to have you here. I'm on a similar path regarding lost foam. Looking forward to seeing your projects.
Finish and molding is better. It looks a little thinner than the Morgan. I haven't subjected it to furnace abuse but when I do, I'll report back.
Welcome Roger, nice to have you here. Looking forward to seeing what project you have in mind combining CNC routing and 3D printing.
Very cool, thank you - especially for the video. Your pour was definitely grab and go. The foam will absorb energy and maybe too dense for a...
Thanks that's encouraging. I'll check out the Frosty T burner design. You were pouring into foam correct? What was crucible size? Any visible...
I recently bought a couple Morgan Salamander Super crucibles from JETS on ebay. I had ordered from them before and was surprised to see that the...
Looks good. Looking forward to seeing how the vibrator does. I was eyeing a much smaller knockoff thinking it'd be good enough.
I could but I've already got the natural gas hookup. I'd may need to if I don't upgrade the regulator. I'd like to try nickel silver at some...
Thanks Kelly, its exhaust pipe so the easiest is to swap in different reducers or slot the pipe to drop in baffles with different size holes....
Depron 3mm is twice Foamular 150 at 40 kg/m3 - the 6mm is 33kg/m3 http://depronfoam.com/products/
4 stacked 3 mm - total 12 mm. The are glued...
Thanks Mark, that makes sense. I've got two more foams made up - I'll give it another go.
Why is my furnace burning back into the tuyere?
The burner is made from exhaust pipe and is plumbed to a 0.75 ID natural gas line running...
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