A few nice mould manufacturing factory pictures I located:
Image taken from page 677 of ‘Victoria and its Metropolis, previous and present. [Vol. 1 by A. Sutherland vol. two by different authors. Illustrated.]’
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Title: "Victoria and its Metropolis, previous and present. [Vol. 1 by A. Sutherland vol. 2 by different authors. Illustrated.]", "Appendix"
Contributor: SUTHERLAND, Alexander – M.A., Carlton College, Melbourne
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10491.h.11."
Web page: 677
Location of Publishing: Melbourne
Date of Publishing: 1888
Publisher: McCarron & Bird
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Image from web page 907 of “Factory and industrial management” (1891)
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Title: Factory and industrial management
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Subjects: Engineering Factory management Industrial efficiency
Publisher: New York [and so on.] McGraw-Hill [etc.]
Contributing Library: Engineering – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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ation offered by a system of expense aspects, theynevertheless kind good operating guides and such as may possibly be really study-ily prepared by any foundry foreman. Figure eight shows the weekly output of a foundry split up into thevarious strategies of moulding by which the castings are made. Ineach case guide lines are fixed and the weekly plottings really readilydemonstrate the progress of the foundry. This approach, getting essen-tially a foremans one particular, will be worked to ideal benefit if relatively largecharts are utilised and the co-ordinates and abscissae so arranged as toaccentuate sharply any departure from a horizontal line. The accom-panying charts are all so plotted, and in this sense might be regarded asexaggerated—a pardonable fault when considering that the objective isthat of graphic representation and its chief aim to direct attention au-tomatically to departures from regular working. In conclusion I must state that the information included in this article areof a representative rather than an actual character.
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INTENSIFIED PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT. By William D. Ennis. Mr. Enniss central thought is that a correct theory of production have to comprehend every single factorfrom the time plans for the operates are undertaken till the product reaches the customer. Hisarticle is especially fascinating in its recognition of the variables which should, and have to,modify the decision upon particular products, often apparently operating counter to the gen-eral policy of intensification.—The Editors. NE indication of higher industrial developmentis the shipping abroad of items. Tariffs maystimulate domestic sales and bring prosperityto a certain organization, might even give time andopportunity for such economical equipfnent aswill eventually permit of export trade but largeand steady foreign consumption of a domesticS^^^^^^^^^^? manufacture can result only from such marked^^^^^^^^^% superiority in situations and techniques as willbe of manifest impact in competition with theworld. The property marketplace is the natura
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