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 +===== Jensen Wooden Flask/​Moulding Box =====
 +  * "Sand molding. Irregular or odd-shaped parts that would be difficult to make from metal plate or bar stock may be cast to the desired shape in sand molds. A pattern may be a wood or metal model of the part so constructed that it may be used to form the impression, called a mold, in the sand. Molten metal, when poured into this mold and solidified, will form a casting of the desired part. The sand for the mold is held in place in a wood or metal frame, or box, called a flask. The assembly of the entire flask is shown in Figure 14.1. The opened flask is illustrated in Figure 14.2. Figure 14.3 shows a simple pattern, and Figure 14.4 shows it as it is used to form the mold." (Blueprint Reading for Machinists, Intermediate,​ 6th Edition by David L. Taylor, p. 112)
 +    * {{engineer-mechanical:​metalcasting-flasks:​blueprint6thfig14-1p112.png|Fig. 1-1 Assembled and Opened flask from Blueprint Reading for Machinists, Intermediate,​ 6th Edition by David L. Taylor, p. 112}}
 +    * {{engineer-mechanical:​metalcasting-flasks:​flask14x16-dragbottom.png|Fig. 1-1 Wooden Flask 14"​x16"​ Drag Bottom}}
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 +==== Handles ====
 +  * [[http://​www.strongtie.com/​products/​connectors/​ML.asp#​|Simpson Strong-Tie ML24Z angles]] 2"​x2"​x4"​
  
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