I'm curious to know more about the graphite crucibles with those spouts at the bottom of the crucible with a graphite rod as a stopper. I know that they are used mostly for casting rare metals. Thus they come pretty small. I would like to use them in a larger application. Is there any video or white paper or anything on how these rod stoppers are used when the material is molten?
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