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I don’t flundryman it matters at all, just so long as we all understand what is being discussed, show some tolerance and respect for different ways of pronouncing words and get on with the discussion – whatever the subject happens to be!

I already have a Scribd account, lotsa blueprints and how-tos on there.

Foseco Non-Ferrous Foundryman’s Handbook – John Brown – Google Books

As another Canadian, I don’t know about schizo, but I do agree to a point – “aluminium” is probably the technically correct international way to spell it.

I was going to wait and grab it off the site Michael Moore said he’d post it up on, but if that doesn’t happen, maybe I’ll have to try and sign up briefly too And the price is right. Table of Contents Note the British spelling of Aluminum!

Chapter 15 Magnesium casting. FYI they have a trial period, you can cancel before they bill you, get on there, get a bunch, then get out.

Brown No preview available – Chapter 6 Treatment goseco aluminium alloy melts. Chapter 16 Copper and copper alloy castings. Thanks guys for the education.


Chapter 11 Sand casting processes. No, I’m not the filmmaker. Added to the Hall of Fame. Account Options Sign in. The name is no doubt of Latin origin, ie the official Roman language as are many of the names of metals and hahdbook, many of those names appear with the ending “ium” But it really all boils down fokndryman where you grew up and were educated. Others not so much.

If someone wants to email me a copy I’ll stick it on my website so it will be available.

Scribd is now charging for download. Scribd is not responding for me. And by, “it,” I mean aluminum. I will see if I can get a full set, and try to scan them and post them, some is scaled to high production, but some is basic foundry.

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Aluminium, Aluminum, Ally as we call it here in NZ or whatever! I have a pdf, it is about 3 Meg. Chapter 13 Resin bonded sand. The Non-Ferrous Foundryman’s Handbook provides a practical reference book for all those concerned with dealing with aluminium, copper and magnesium casting alloys. Contents Chapter 1 Tables and general data.

Wherever possible, Casting Alloy Specifications include equivalent specifications for several countries as well as international specifications. Chapter 7 Running gating and feeding aluminium castings. Foseco Non-Ferrous Foundryman’s Handbook. Page xii – Support is considered for expeditions being undertaken by UK undergraduate students in biological sciences. That is probably quite true, fiundryman they along with many other countries pronounce it that way.


I think you mean the standard international name for the element, or the correct name for the element, whichever you prefer. You can watch the gas levels drop as you degas and basically degas to a fixed end point. Chapter 8 Filtration of aluminium alloy castings.

My library Help Advanced Book Search. PDF will have ofundryman do. Some days are fun at my day job. You don’t actually need to subscribe; just register, upload some other document and scribd will grant you one free download. They have even more detailed info called “fact sheets” on how to use their products. They just came out with a probe that reads out the actual Hydrogen gas content in the melt in real time.

It has a very high useful information density. Chapter 1 Tables and general data.

I only skimmed it, but this looks like a really good reference. Here, you go, 2. Recently there have been many major technical developments including new sand binders, the adoption of metal filtration of castings and widespread use of computers for the optimisation of feeder design. And “aluminium” is certainly not not the British spelling