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Thread: 10 Cavity Moulds

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjh421 View Post
    Has anyone seen finishman2000's YouTube video where he is cutting the sprue with a cam operated sprue cutter pusher? Pure genius.
    Agreed, also the small squirrel fan above the mold will be just enough to keep rocking fast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by avogunner View Post
    At around the 13:20 mark of this video shows casting with a Cramer 10 cavity. With ladle pouring, it doesn't look too fatiguing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDP8BRSEjrA

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    they use a Star sizer and a Star progressive operated by 2 people.

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    Going back to earlier posts in this thread, I've got a 6 cavity H&G 50 mold. I much prefer to cast with the 4 cavity. I've got a couple of MP 6 & 8 cavity molds and they are a joy next to a 6 cavity iron mold. Even 50 years ago when I was in my late 20's I don't think I would have wanted to cast with a 10 cavity.
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    I think if you are a tradesman or some other kind of manual laborer it is no problem. I am almost 60 and my 8 cavity Redding #68 is no sweat. I use an RCBS pot and mold guide.

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