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Full text of "Metallurgy Of Cast Iron"

At M, Fig. 84, is seen an iron pattern from which sand or chill moulds may be made. At A, Fig-. 85, is an iron box three inches square by eleven inches long1, in
FIG. 85.
which the pattern M has been moulded to make a dry sand mould and is filled with molten metal. The cut shows a moulder in the act of pouring the contents
-he gases could rise upward to find relief through the cope or top part of the mould, and which, if not well vented, or of a porous and fairly dry character, will then often hold the gases from going further and form cavities in the cope side of castings, such as seen at T in sample No. 23 of the same figure.