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Clip #: MF-22P
Library: TFA Network
Region: North America
Country: United States
1950s, Connecticut, South Norwalk, Norwalk Lock Company, foundry, male worker preparing sand mold for 3.5-inch practice “Bazooka” rocket launcher part, molten metal being drawn off into pouring ladles and poured into molds, male workers wearing face masks to protect against dust shattering molds to remove castings from molds, castings being sent through machine to achieve exact dimensions of finished part, male worker inspecting castings to ensure proper weight and dimension, male workers installing casting equipment, shell molding, shell mold casting, preheated metal patterns inside cabinet from which castings will be made, metal patterns at proper temperature coated with mixture of sand and resin which hardens into accurate molds much quicker, lighter and portable than in previous methods, male worker using machine to glue together mold halves, Shell Mold and Machine Company, mold that can easily be transported to pouring ladle rather than visa versa, casting on assembly line basis, pouring ladles filling molds, male workers manufacturing rocket launcher parts, male workers holding and examining completed rocket launcher part
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