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It is Possible to Create All Kinds of Items with Hobby Metal Casting


Hobby Metal Casting enables the home metal craft worker to create useful products to use around the: -HOME-WORKSHOP-GARDEN or WORKPLACE- Or turn your skills into cash.

Yes,you could also make your own unique products for next to nothing to sell at markets, direct mail, or on the internet etc for big profits.

But first you have to learn the techniques to build the simple tools & equipment needed to get involved in this challenging metal craft. The best place to start is to learn from someone who has been successful at metal casting.

You could start learning by visiting places where you can read all about the craft before committing your self totally.

Feel free to visit http://www.myhomefoundry.com to read how an Australian metal caster has created & built a very efficient backyard foundry.

Any one can do it; all it takes is for someone to show you how. If you are a practical hands on type of person looking for a new challenge in life, then hobby metal casting could be just the thing for you.

Many people who restore:

* Vintage Cars.

* Classic Motorcycles.

* Antique's, Model Toy's, Art Casters, Sculptors, etc, could easily reproduce all of the special items to complete their projects.

The free ebooks available from our web site can show you how to begin your journey with the art of metal casting. The files will take only a few minutes to download, then you can grab a coffee and start to read about this challenging metal craft.

You will begin to understand how to build your own equipment, As well as the tools and materials you'll need to be able to create the things you want, right in your own workshop. Metal casting is really not that difficult to learn. Once you know how to create simple patterns, ram up the sand moulds, and then melt & pour metal... the whole process just becomes second nature to you.

With practice it is possible to create quite complex things in the home workshop, using simple homebuilt tools & equipment.

Col Croucher
The Home Foundry Publications
Australia


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