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JEWELLERY CASTING, VULCANIZING, WAX INJECTING/MODELLING S55459 S55460


Ø125 x 200mm Perforated Casting Flask


Ø150 x 250mm Perforated Casting Flask


Flasks (Sand Casting) EACH £33.95 EACH £49.95 Sprue Bases


your moulds, creating your sprue. Eliminates the need for a sprue forming mandrel.


• Stainless steel • Wooden handle • Max cone diameter Ø15mm


• Overall length 205mm Code


Description M39346 Sprue Burning Mandrel Sprue Forming Mandrel


• Rubber sprue base • Tree type • Heavy duty rubber • Allows casting flasks to be held in place, forming a leak proof seal


• Melt wax into the center hole and then either add a sprue or attach wax models right to the dome base


• Tree sprue base are perfect for high production jewelry making studios


• 25mm high (internal depth 20m) • Dimensions given is the internal base diamater


• Traditional sand casting flask • Vertical & horizontal filling • Held securely by two locating pins • 125 x 85 x 55mm


• Weight 1.25kg Code


C39328 Description Sand Casting Flask Flask Ring Gaskets


UOM Price EACH


Code £8.95


F45724 F45725 F45726 F45727 F45728


Description


Ø50mm Sprue Base Ø65mm Sprue Base Ø75mm Sprue Base Ø90mm Sprue Base Ø100mm Sprue Base


Sprue Base Holder Investment Mixing Bowls


• Made from soft rubber, flexible enough for easy pouring yet strong enough to hold the mixture


• 3 different sizes/capacities • Perfect for centrifugal casting and lost wax casting • Also great for general use


Capcities (approx) • B39339: 750ml • B39340: 1.70 litres


• Silicon casting rings • Used with a perforated casting flask to seal the flask to the vacuum chamber


• 4mm thick silicone • C55229 & C55230 can be cut to your required size


Dimensions: • Inner diameter x outer diameter


Code


C47335 C47336 C47337 C55229


C55230 Description


Ø75 x Ø100mm Casting Silicon Ring


Ø100 x Ø120mm Casting Silicon Ring


UOM Price EACH


Ø90 x Ø115mm Casting Silicon Ring EACH EACH EACH


Ø140mm Gasket (Ø10mm Hole) Ø190mm Gasket (Ø10mm Hole)


EACH


£1.05 £1.25 £1.30 £8.95


£9.95


• Holder for rubber sprue bases • Holds rubber sprue bases steady so you can work hands free when placing wax patterns


• Can hold bases Ø50 to Ø150mm diameter • Adjustable to a wide variety of angles which can then be locked with a simple thumbscrews


• Can be screwed to base • Powder coated steel


Dimensions: • Base 80 x 80mm square


• Maximum wing span 180mm Code


Description C55037


Injection Wax


Page 1289


See Sprue Burning Mandrel Heat this over a burner and you can then insert into www.COUSINS .COM 817 Sprue Base Holder Sprue Burning Mandrel


UOM Price EACH


• Useful for mixing, forming and shaping investment mix, wax or clay


• Flexible stainless steel • 150 x 25mm blade


£9.95


• 265mm overall length Code


S39347


Description Spatula


UOM Price EACH


• B39341: 4.50 litres Code


B39339 B39340 B39341


Spatula Description


Ø100mm Rubber Bowl Ø150mm Rubber Bowl Ø230mm Rubber Bowl


UOM Price EACH


EACH


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH


£1.25 £1.35 £1.45 £1.55 £1.65


Sprue Forming Mandrel • Form the passage that your liquid material will pass through with ease (your sprue)


• Made from Brass • Overall length 50mm • Max diameter Ø14mm • Ø2.95mm shank


Code M39345 Description Sprue Forming Mandrel Investment Mixing Bowls


UOM Price £1.20


EACH


UOM Price EACH


JEWELLERY CASTING, VULCANIZING, WAX INJECTING/MODELLING


£2.50


£3.95 £6.95


EACH £11.95


£2.50


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