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michael wrote:Hi Glen the stamp mill is looking great, so tell me so that I dont have to go and do research what is a stamp mill exactly? I have seen some elaborate models of stamp mills and have often wondered what they do.
I know they stamp... but what? and how does the process fit into the chain of events in the mine?
SOUTHPASS wrote:G,day....Don't quote me on this, but I think one of the chemicals used on the tables was mercury.....
Steve Bennett wrote:Quite right John, Mercury is used to pick up the particles of gold, both have similar weight and suspension properties. Later in the process, the mercury is burnt off, leaving the gold behind, though I'm not exactly certain how that works.
Glen A wrote:As you can probably see, it is an end-over-end tippler. I understand the side rotating ones were much more common.
But I think this one looks much more dramatic, and more likely to be noticed as it is towards the back of the module.
Rockley Bottom wrote:Is any body else being driven mad with de-bug notices
Glen A wrote: This will be located behind the stamp battery, and will have a feed table out the front, so there is detail missing at the bottom because you will never see it. I am slack like that - don't built what the public can't see
Gerry Bullock wrote: I Like the way it's developing, look forward to seeing the whole assembly.
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