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"The book will provide a set of plans for an oil and or propane fired, 50 pound capacity aluminum melting furnace. The furnace will tilt around the spout and not the center of gravity so that the stream of molten metal remains in a fixed location and does not change with the furnace angle. The furnace will melt 100 pounds of aluminum per hour...the furnace is to be built from common materials such as sand, clay, rectangular tubing and an old 30 gallon drum. The furnace will be built for $200 or less."
I have read a few of Steve Chastain's books, and they all deal with the practical implementation of tools and methods. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mr. Des Bromilow
Very informative and has a lot of useful information but is very complicated and vague on the list of materials. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Fry
Nice book, a lot of drawings. Usable information including scaling up or down. Not too hard to understand for a handy person. Oil makes it cheaper to run (waste oil).Published on December 6, 2009 by E. Vasiliou
Steve Chastain knows his subject, but is short in conveying it
in a lucid manner. If he had better graphics in detailing the
parts of the tilting furnace as he had in his... Read more