By David Barth
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Published: Dec. 19, 2012
Words: 3,265 (approximate)
This is a fiction story about a metallurgist who builds a foundry in Germany using leading-edge technology.
This is a fiction story about a metallurgist who builds a foundry in Germany using leading-edge technology. The plant uses huge electric furnaces, company-designed-and-built fusion powered electrical plants to heat the furnaces, and many labor-saving devices to become the world's greatest foundry. But there is a glitch when the crucible (pot) of molten metal fails to tip on command, and the metallurgist must save the company by showing his employees how to solve the problem.
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