December 2016

Cold Casting

December 27th 2016

Cold Casting is the term used to describe the process of mixing metal powders in a resin to create decorative features, which look as though they have been cast in metal. The castings give the appearance of solid metal, but are cheaper to produce, and are popular for use in sculptures, decorative paneling and furniture fittings, to name a few. Cold casting is also a popular technique for restoring antiques, or older furniture/household items. For example, if have something with brass fittings and you are missing one, cold casting could reproduce the part without the cost and time of doing it properly.

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Tis the Season

December 20th 2016

As Christmas looms on the horizon, most of us have embraced the festive spirit with reckless abandon and succumbed to the tradition of decorating our homes with trees, tinsel and as many flashing lights as we can stand.

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Scrap Metal - What is the law?

December 7th 2016

This week the Home Office have launched a review of the Scrap Metal Dealers Act, the latest version of which came into place several years ago in October 2013. Any stakeholders have been given until the end of January to submit ideas on possible amendments to the legislation, but what are the current rules surrounding scrap metal?

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