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Lost-wax Casting
Lost-wax Casting

Dipta Majumdar
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Lost-wax casting is a unique procedure of making a duplicate metal sculpture from the original ones. The earliest evidences of this method have been found in the relics of Indus Valley Civilization. Can anyone help me with some details of lost-wax casting in India?

Posted On : 5/28/2014 4:40:01 AM

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Stuti Jain
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lost-wax process can be used with any material that can burn melt or evaporate to leave a mould cavity.

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Shreya Shetty
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Lost-wax casting, a sculpting technique dating to the Chalcolithic period is an elaborate process. Its many steps include spruing, slurrying, burnout and metal chasing.

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Sheena Batra
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Where in India can we see or is practised this lost-wax casting?

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