Saturday, March 25, 2006

Jack's Outback Rendezvous #4 Jack's Outback Rendezvous #4

Can Anyone Identify This Piece?
The only thing Jack knows about this object is that it is a wood pattern from a foundry. A pattern is a wooden form made to the exact specifications that a mold is created from for casting metal into. The yellow part called a "core box"; color signifies a hollow place, perhaps where a drive shaft might go. Stamped metal label reads: LOREN ENG. CO. and the numbers C14131 and a "W".
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