Metal Casting of Sculpture

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METAL CASTING OF SCULPTURE

BY CARL DAME CLARKE, PH.D. Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Maryland. Director of Research, Veterans Administration Plastic Artificial Eye and Restorations Research Laboratory, Baltimore, Md.

ILLUSTRATED

THE STANDARD ARTS PRESS BUTLER, MD.

-V-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page V
  • Preface IX
  • Contents XI
  • Chapter I - General Considerations 1
  • Chapter II - Piece Molds 3
  • Chapter III - Glue Molds 4
  • Chapter IV - Korogel or Koroseal Flexible Molding Compounds 13
  • Chapter V - The Agar Mold 18
  • Chapter VI - Rubber Molds 27
  • Chapter VII - Resilient Plastic Molds 48
  • Chapter VIII - The Roman Joint 54
  • Chapter IX - The Poured Mold 57
  • Chapter X - Wax-Resin Compounds 84
  • Chapter XI - Investment Compounds 92
  • Chapter XII - The Lost Wax Cast 100
  • Chapter XIII - Metals and Their Alloys 128
  • Chapter XIV - Furnaces 133
  • Chapter XV - Finishing the Cast 146
  • Chapter XVI - Defects and Their Repair 153
  • Chapter XVII - Patining or Metal Coloring 163
  • Index 171
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