the first quarter of the 20th century, Belleville, the "Stove
Capital", shipped worldwide.
mounters, fitters and finishers used hand tools like this stove
file to transform raw castings into stoves and ranges. Donated
by Harold A. Wright in memory of his father, Harold W. of Baker-Nagel
molders used sprue cutters to make openings in sand molds that
carried molten metal into the cavity during the casting process.
Donated by Gary L. Meyer, Sr.
help support a sand core inside a sand mold during the pouring
process. Donated by Voss Pattern.
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