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Old December 15, 2011, 09:30 AM   #7
hornetguy
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Join Date: January 14, 2011
Location: on the north side of DFW
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I have never had a sprue plate break... and I used to whack them open with a wood hammer handle. Nowdays I just push them open with my gloved hand.
Everyone else has covered the other stuff. Make sure the faces of the blocks are clean, no "spatter" on them. Make sure venting grooves are clean. Make sure edges of cavity aren't "burred". Take your time when closing the mold to make sure the halves mate together properly.
I've always had good results with my Lee molds. Really no more problems than I've had with my iron ones.
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