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hi..this to me is very important. i am casting bronze, lost wax with core. But , i find if i let sucessive refactory dry too much, you get separation between the extra layers you put on. So i must pour into a flask all at once so this does not happen. it is more bulky and takes longer to dry out and wastful. it also stops me putting on a finer cast to the wax .Hopefully ...Larry
thank you..it took time to write all that.
i bought a ebay pid which looks similar to yours. mine is for a kiln. i am looking for a dummies way to connect pid to heat sink to relay to kiln wires. can you help please.
Thanks W. Since my post i have decided that the pid must work it out as they are rated for lots of different voltages. I am wanting a wax burn out kiln of larger size. I am going with a chinese setup and a 3000 watt coil. I know nothing and my username should be ...the fuse blower.My cold cast work can be seen on larrysawyerartist.com I have my gas homemade working well, melting 2 kilo brass in 15 minutes.
In aus we have 240 volts in our houses. Will this be different from what you describe?Can i just use your details and plug it in....using 240v pid etc
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