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All of the prior days mold making is in the queuhe for the pour to begin.
Everyone has a specific job, all of the 8 students enrolled had a responsibility during the pour.
While ramming fuel down tight, the slag starts to flow, a sign that its almost time to tap the pour.
Ramming the fuel and iron scraps down into the hot spot, watching for slag to start flowing.
The first tapping during a rain relocation on the first day.
Tapping the cupola, the first laddle is the fastest.
Clas time discussion about the design of, and how cuploas work.
Emptying the cupola, very important its doen while hot.
Heating the ladles prior to tapping the bought.
Mixing sand for mold making.
Josh preparing all the materials for the pour, the iron, fuel and equipment.
Primary heating is done through the tap hole.
Josh ready to go, safety gear on.
Josh is popping the bought out of the tap, at that second the iron starts to flow.
Emptying the cupola on day one.
oops spilt some
Basic Bronze class
bonze in the pot
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