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3-Colorable Even Embeddings on Closed Surfaces by Nakamoto A., Sasanuma N.

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N ' V n [W <£k E^3 Fig. 24. Fig. 25. Small Swages, Fig. 26. sometimes made by make two of these and punching a hole in the centre to form the concave like Fig. 26, are taking a piece of square steel, long enough to tools, surfaces, the bar afterwards lines, see Fig. simple as cutting fuller into the being cut in two at the dotted method does not appear to be so a piece for each swage, and then sinking a 27; but this end of each piece separately to form the concave is there any saving of time. need really no explanation after what has been surface, neither Punches said about the previous tools; but they should taper when intended for hot punching.

45. Link Tongs, ; for holding squares, but are not so Fig. 46. illustrated in Fig. 46, are intended for holding links, eyebolts, etc. — These like. It will from the eye, see wide, but are used be noticed Fig. 47 ; this we must remember less grip there will be ; when that the forging nuts, collars, bow is a long distance enables the ends to open very that the greater the length the however, a little experience will soon FORGES OR HEARTHS. 27 decide the best length to adopt to secure the best results, when known what weight and it is Of size of work has to be handled.

With long bits is ready to out of lifted made tongs, shaped to fit the takes hold of the pot with another pair of tongs, and, the cover being removed, he pours or teams the molten steel into a cast iron mould, made in halves, and fastened together with rings and wedges, taking care not to splash the steel about in the mould, and when teaming to keep a continuous stream of metal running in until the mould is full. The next process is to re-heat the ingot, and have it or rolled into the size and section required.

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