Historically, almost the complete Mining and Smelting industry has relied on some form of rail support. Both underground and surface mining remove heavy ore-laden rock which is refined by first crushing and pulverizaing the rock to create an initial ore which is lighter and smaller and thereby easier to handle, move, melt, refine, and pour into ingots to transfer to the smelter where it is refined into its designed final form. Wire coils, bars, pellets, or other semi-final forms that will be worked into the products desired. All of the movements are supported by rail.
BELOW IS AN EXISTING SEARAILS 15 PIECE 3D PRINTED MODEL OF THE 1958 KENNECOTT COPPER SMELTER IN HAYDEN, ARIZONA.
This is a complete model of a '60s Copper Refining Smelter. Each of the major pieces have been 3D printed. Each will have an MSRP between $35-$50.. Total selling price for the complete model is estimated to be close to $500. Its minimum "footprint" will be 8" x 10".
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