gene.heskett at verizon.net
Wed Jun 18 09:50:39 UTC 2008
On Tuesday 17 June 2008, Tim wrote:
>On Tue, 2008-06-17 at 12:12 -0400, Carroll Grigsby wrote:
>> If and when you try that little experiment, be very careful when you
>> heat up the "metal" block -- the "metal" is a lead alloy and has a
>> rather low melting point.
>I know. ;-) The tour we had was quite comprehensive, including how
>they made and recycled them. All in all, it's quite an amazing process
>for what they used to go through to make just one page.
>If I remember correctly, and this would be going back some 26 years or
>so, it seemed like a cross between lead and aluminium.
They don't alloy Tim, its lead, tin, and antimony.
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