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Helps you make high quality, defect-free castings for various purposes. This book covers use of obsolete or vintage car parts, hood ornaments, garden and fireplace tools, kitc...Read more

How to Cast Small Metal and Rubber Parts by William A. Cannon (Paperback, 1989)(UK version)

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    Helps you make high quality, defect-free castings for various purposes. This book covers use of obsolete or vintage car parts, hood ornaments, garden and fireplace tools, kitchen utensils, automotive parts, replacing broken antique parts, reproducing sculpture, and plaques.

    Key Features
    Author(s)William A. Cannon
    PublisherMcGraw-Hill Education - Europe
    Date of Publication01/11/1989
    GenreHandicrafts, Arts & Crafts

    Publication Data
    Place of PublicationNew York
    Country of PublicationUnited States
    ImprintTAB Books Inc
    Content Noteillustrations

    Weight176 g
    Width129 mm
    Height208 mm
    Spine10 mm

    Editorial Details
    Edition StatementNew edition

    Table Of ContentsPART 1: CASTING METAL PARTS Chapter 1: Survey of Casting Materials Chapter 2: Casting Your Own Hood Ornament Chapter 3: Alloys You Can Cast Chapter 4: Foundary Equipment: Make It Yourself Chapter 5: Molding Sands, Fluxes, Degassers, and Flasks Chapter 6: How to Make and Pour Molds Chapter 7: Core Making Chapter 8: Casting Problems and Their Causes Chapter 9: Finishing Castings and Correcting Defects Chapter 10: Do's and Don'ts for Safety Chapter 11: Foundary Terms PART 2: CASTING RUBBER PARTS Chapter 12: Rubber and Space-Age Substitute Chapter 13: Making a Top Bow Rest Pad Chapter 14: Making a Four-Hole Grommet Chapter 15: Making Door Bumpers and Check Straps Chapter 16: Making a Fender Lamp Pad Chapter 17: Metal Molds for More Precision Chapter 18: Ingenuity Replaces Original Part Chapter 19: Molding from Defective Pattern Chapter 20: Molding with a Metal Insert Chapter 21: Making a Weatherstripping Mold Chapter 22: How to Estimate Amounts Needed Chapter 23: Be Careful, Clean, Dry, and Accurate! Chapter 24: Tips on Cutting and Shaping Rubber APPENDIX: WHERE TO BUY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT ABOUT THE AUTHOR INDEX
    Author BiographyWIlliam A. Cannon is Technical Editor of Skinned Knuckles Magazine, a monthly magazine for automobile collectors and restorers. He has spent over 30 years as a materials engineer and scientist in the chemical, automotive, and aerospace industries.

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