Re: Large embedding molds - reply

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From:"D. Hammer" <> (by way of histonet)
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Hehehe...Brass ones came before lead ones, so I'm told....I never used
either, so where does that place us on the age chart :)
Paper boats is as far back as I go :)


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On Sun, 6 Sep 1998, Cheryl Crowder wrote:

> Thanks to all of you who responded to my "memory failure" about large
> embedding molds.  I will call Zeiss and see what I can get. We embed whole
> cow eyes (and other species), making our own molds, and just thought there
> may be a more effiencient way to do it.
> 	TO DON HAMMAR:  I have embedding L's and use them- but they are
>brass, not
> lead.  You're older than I am or maybe your supplies in drawers have just
> been around longer.
> 	Have agood weekend everyone - Cheryl

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