Foundry of ship propellers
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Week number 47-43
Newsreels in which Dutch subjects of a certain week are presented.
Impression of the daily business of making ship propellers in the foundry of Lips in Drunen. First a pattern and a mould are made. The mould is filled with liquid manganese bronze from a ladle. After it has cooled down the mould is chipped off and the rough propeller, meant for the ship "Willem Ruys", is transported to the turner's shop to be made smooth.
- Polygoon-Profilti (producer) / Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (curator)
- Publication date:
- 1 July 1947