FOUNDRYWORK FOR THE AMATEUR [Workshop Practice Series, number 4],

By: B Terry Aspin, who also

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FOUNDRYWORK FOR THE AMATEUR [Workshop Practice Series, number 4], by B Terry Aspin, who also did the illustrations
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Argus Books, Hemel Hempstead, UK - reprint edition ISBN:0852428421, 1994. bound card-covered book, 5¾" x 8½. Book in AS NEW condition. The basic process of casting hot metal in moulds has changed very little during the forty years this book has been in print, and revisions have therefore largely related to the supply of foundry materials. That the book maintains its steady popularity is a recommendation that it really does provide the information sought by the amateur foundryman.

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