Many casters just do not have advanced induction equipment. One example is a retailer in the west who has a few stores. Each of these casts for the customers. They torch cast in small shop style. They refused to give up on torch casting Outcast, and have found success. Propane torches, Doc's investment, a flask temperature for casting of 1100 F. This very hot flask temperature combined with flawless sprue systems have brought 950Pd torch casting into practical reality. This is not what we suggest but, hey, only a fool argues with success. Congratulations to some very dedicated casters who found the way. Is that not how we get most of our successes? A tip of the hat to those guys!
Many advise keeping one's personal and professional lives separated. I guess I missed the memo. My work in metals and the promotion and sales of same have put me on the web openly for quite some time now. Most of that is at pmwest.us
But taking my own photography skills from home to work is just one side of things. I have Ballard Light Capture, my company that offers photography, video, editing and other related services for hire.