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Old 03-20-2013, 01:19 PM
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Stainless steel needles are known in the trade as melt extract fibres. You can get them from refractory suppliers. Add around 2% by weight of dry castable.
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thanks david, I think that they'll be hard to come by though.....
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Old 03-20-2013, 02:24 PM
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They're not absolutely neccessary. I've built a few cast ovens without them and haven't noticed any difference.
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L,

Just saw your post, the song dates you a little........ummm, I remember it well too.
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Old 03-24-2013, 09:48 AM
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so the weather has been quite rough this past week and today while it has improved, it is still very overcast. I have cut the shuttering ready for assembly when I pour and while I would pour the base today, I cant because im busy looking after my daughter. I have chicken wire, would that suffice for the base do you think mikku? Also i found a supplier of refactory cement, they sell 25kg bags. they also have the ceramic board although it is quite expensive. Hopefully tommorrow I can begin pouring, weather permitting
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L,

Just saw your post, the song dates you a little........ummm, I remember it well too.
I tell everyone that I'm older than dirt! And speaking of dates, today I'm officially a Senior Citizen, don't know how in hades, that slipped up on me????
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Old 03-24-2013, 05:21 PM
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Interesting. At what age, in Japan, does one become a senior citizen? More importantly at what age does the govt start paying a pension. In Australia it is 65, but will be 67 in a few years time. I think in France it's 60 and Greece 55.
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I tell everyone that I'm older than dirt! And speaking of dates, today I'm officially a Senior Citizen, don't know how in hades, that slipped up on me????
Just now gettin' there? I thought you was "older than air", young feller' .
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I got my AARP card a long time ago so do I qualify for older than @#$%.
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Just now gettin' there? I thought you was "older than air", young feller' .
OK,Gulf. You got me, trying to shave a little time off my many years. You know I don't mind the years, but I don't want the mind set. In my daughter's school, I was named the "Coolest Parent", don't want my status to degrade to "Old F@&T!
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