|This pot needs the four 1/2 inch bolts that will act as its legs but other than that, at this point this would be a most usable smelter to clean led scrap and wheal weights in without the drain by using a dipper. But I want the drain!!! To view next post click on this project click here. To see my book click my name|
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Thursday, October 25, 2012
Lead home made casting pot Magmaw 14 of 20
Front cover-- This was about the same as making the case The top crease and 90 degree bind was from the auto fender. The other bends were only possible to this point with the metal brake as the upper and lower bends were in the way and was finished shaped with a auto body hammer and a chunk of iron some call a dolly. These side bends would not have been as pretty without the pre- bend from the metal brake.
(Knock Out) KO Punch for 1/2 inch hole but it could have been completed with a drill and a rat tale file. Investing in such a tool for one time use is foolishness Too many people wast their money on things they do not need or will not use more than one time. But it is nice to know that such tools exist!