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Stainless molds

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Did a search but no results.  Anybody out there have any experience with pouring silver using stainless steel molds? I've been thinking about machining some stainless molds and crucibles to try. Frankly, I'm tired of replacing worn out graphite all the time and, In the long run, could be substantially cheeper. Or, maybe this is a really dumb idea. Any thoughts?

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On 31/10/2019 at 13:44, BoxerBullion said:

We don't Hallmark test here in the states and I think the difference in melting temps should prevent any contamination. But, I could be wrong. That's why I'm asking first. 🤔

Use wood, it gives a wicked texture on the silver....especially if used again after the first time, keep the carbonized wood inside and pour again.

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