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Subject: melts high
Name: booly
Date: 4/17/2002 6:05:11 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Nope again posted by ludicrous

at 1234 Kelvin which is I think 961 Centigrade wheras 1356 Kelvins 1183 C is Copper, lead is 600 Kelvins or 327 C

In other words you have to get it really a lot hot to cast it.

Better off selling it to a silver smith and buying an alpha ROFL

I suppose you could smith it into something like a Zalman flower by heating and hammering or machine rolling the ingots into a thick foil and machine grind the clamped bottom of the stack flat smooth, then you would need to have a window in your side panel and metal halide spots with gilt edged RAM sinks.

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