How to Cast Small Metal & Rubber Parts, by William A. Cannon

How to Cast Small
Metal & Rubber Parts

by William A. Cannon

Publisher:
ISBN-13:
9780830604142
Copyright Date:
1986
Edition:
2nd
Pages:
168
Binding:
Paperback
Dimensions:
8.5" x 5.5"
Weight:
0.4lbs
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Why is this topic offered in an aircraft catalog? "What would anybody ever need to cast on an aircraft?" But then over the next few hours, a wide array of castable items started coming to mind: control stops, levers, handles, various engine parts, ornaments for the restorer, many types of internal brackets, edge strips, bucking bars and other tools, etc...

So here it is, an inexpensive book on a little known topic that some will find incredibly useful, saving big money on some things, and saving endless hours scrounging for difficult and impossible to find parts. Besides, it might even be fun. Who knows what you'll come up with someday when there is nothing else to do.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Casting Metal Parts
Survey of Casting Methods
Casting a Hood Ornament
Alloys you can Cast
Foundry Equipment - Make it yourself
Molding Sands, Fluxes, Degassers, and Flasks
How to Make and Pour Molds
Core Making
Casting Problems and their Causes
Finishing Castings and Correcting Defects
Do's and Don'ts for Safety
Foundry Terms

Casting Rubber Parts
Rubber and a Space-age Substitute
Making a Top Box Rest Pad
Making a 4 Hole Grommet
Making bumpers and Check Straps
Making a Lamp Pad
Metal Molds for more Precision
Ingenuity Replaces Original Part
Molding From Defective Patterns
Molding with a Metal Insert
Making a Weatherstripping Mold
Estimating Amounts Needed
Tips on Cutting & Shaping Rubber
Where to Buy Supplies


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