english only foundry glossary
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jccantrell  Identity Verified
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Apr 18, 2003

Want to know about \'double skin\' and \'bottom splash?\'



Help is at hand. Go to the site map, and then the glossary.



Enjoy!



http://www.sfsa.org/


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Gillian Scheibelein  Identity Verified
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the link only gives the home page Apr 19, 2003

to access the glossary, click on site map and then glossary.



Excellent glossary, some interesting articles on casting and forging as well (site map)


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Gillian Scheibelein  Identity Verified
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thanks Apr 19, 2003

forgot to say thanks, JC.

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Alexander Chisholm  Identity Verified
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Excellent Apr 19, 2003

Although I have noticed a few discrepancies in terminology. Perhaps reflecting differences between US and European usages. very useful glossary and site in general all the same.



Many thanks.


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