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The typography on the two most recent covers needed to be hand drawn, as we could find no modern type foundry which has an exact interpretation of the one used on the original cover.
About a dozen designs annually are sent as digital files to a foundry that translates them into bronze or steel.
In large part, that's due to an ongoing global shortage affecting semiconductor foundries.
A pure play foundry focuses solely on manufacturing, rather than designing and selling its own-brand generic chipsets.
There are six engines nearly finished at Coalbrookdale, and seven in a foundry at Bridgenorth.
I have a small engine now at foundry, and would put it on board one of their barges for your inspection.
Mr. Hazeldine had the foundry when Trevithick's engines were made, and have heard my father speak of them.
The big beam was cast at Perran Foundry in 1815; you can see the name and date upon it now.
Blue or black mortar contains equal parts of foundry ashes and lime; but is improved by the addition of a proportion of cement.
Though without large manufacturing industries, the town has joinery works, a brass and iron foundry, a tannery and brewery.

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