Image from page 250 of “New life currents in China” (1919)

Image from page 250 of “New life currents in China” (1919)

Some cool china plastic mold images:

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Title: New life currents in China
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Gamewell, Mary Louise Ninde, 1858-1947
Subjects: Missions — China China
Publisher: New York : Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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missionaries, though they may have lived long inChina, may understand the people well, and speakthe language fluently, are in the end still—foreigners. The Development of a Chinese Church The Conquering Church in China, I havecalled this chapter because that is the churchsmission and character, conquering and to conquer.It has many elements of strength; it has somedefects. But the church is young and because it isyoung it is plastic. God grant that in these criticaltimes, when, as a Chinese scholar expressed it, The atmosphere is aquiver with the spirit ofchange, the church may be set in the right mold I The trend of the church is more and more awayfrom foreign control and toward an independentorganization, self-supporting and self-governing.This is not because of a dislike for foreigners, butit springs from a conviction that the time has nowcome when the Chinese are in a position to moveforward and assume larger leadership. The callis for an indigenous church, not one imported; for

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A group of the clergy at the consecration of Bishop Tsae SengSing of the Anglican Church. This first Chinese bishop is theson of a clergyman and the father of three missionaries. THE CONQUERING CHURCH IN CHINA 205 a religious life adapted to the psychology of theFar East. Dr. C. Y. Cheng, Chinese Secretary ofthe China Continuation Committee, splendidlyvoiced the general thought in a paper he read lastsummer at a missionary conference. Christianityin China, he said, will become Chinese Chris-tianity. We are to present Jesus Christ to thepeople not as a Jewish Messiah, or a EuropeanChrist, but as a real Chinese Savior. There are in China a few congregations, of com-paratively recent date, known as the ChineseChristian Church. Some speak of them as the Independent Church. The Chinese say thisname is misleading inasmuch as foreigners are wel-comed in the councils of these churches in anadvisory capacity. Nor do they like another termsometimes used, the National Church, for as theleaders e

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Image from web page 166 of “The manufacture of rubber goods : a sensible handbook for the use of producers, chemists, and other folks” (1919)

A couple of good mould companies in china photos I identified:

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Identifier: manufactureofrub00heil
Title: The manufacture of rubber goods : a sensible handbook for the use of manufacturers, chemists, and other individuals
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Heil, Adolf Esch, W. (Werner), b. 1878 Lewis, Edward W. (Edward Watkin)
Subjects: Rubber Rubber business and trade
Publisher: London : C. Griffin &amp Company
Contributing Library: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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ulcanised in French chalk, and subsequently reduce to the 1 See also the write-up , Kombinierte hydraulische Kesselpresse Id theGummi-Zeitung, 1905, vol. xix. p. 1001. MANUFACTURE OF SOFT-RUBBER ARTICLES. 155 appropriate size by means of an eccentric punch, holes being at thesame time punched in them. The matrix which holds the knifeand the punch can be adjusted to take all sizes. A single man canpunch on an typical 8000 flat pedals in a day. Curved brake-rubbers with a tough-rubber inner layer are run on the machine inthe two various qualities, joined with each other by means of remedy,reduce up into pieces of the appropriate size, and vulcanised in Frenchchalk. The curved surface is buffed into shape on the lathe, bymeans of a shaped emery-wheel. Complex rubbers must bemade up and vulcanised in moulds. Strong bicycle-tyres are run on the tube machine and then vulcan-ised in moulds (fig. 70) under the hydraulic vulcanising press, endlesstyres getting created in suitable closed moulds, as also are cushion tyres.

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Fig. 70. Perambulator tyres are also machined, and are then joined up andvulcanised in chalk in the open, or in moulds beneath the press. 9. Manufacture of Soft-Rubber Surgical Goods, and so on.—The manu-facture of air-cushions, water-cushions, mattresses, hot-water bottles,and also of gas-bags, constitutes one more division of the sector,to which it is now proposed to direct the readers attention. The 3 chief variables for good results in this branch are: (1) clean,dense mixings, free of charge from grit (2) calendered sheet of uniformthickness, and fabric closely proofed (3) cautious hand labour. The mixings in most frequent use are white ones. For cushions, e.g., the following mixings could be suggested:— Mozambique . ten,000 gras. China-clay 3,500 gms Sulphur . 1,200 „ Ceresin . 200 „ Zinc white . . six,500 ,, Magnesia usta. 200 „ The mixing is in component run into lengths of doubled sheet on thecalenders, and made up into cushions with cloth-impression and in 156 RUBBER MANUFACTURE. part produced

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Check out these mould manufacturers in china pictures:

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Identifier: manufactureofrub00heil
Title: The manufacture of rubber goods : a practical handbook for the use of manufacturers, chemists, and others
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Heil, Adolf Esch, W. (Werner), b. 1878 Lewis, Edward W. (Edward Watkin)
Subjects: Rubber Rubber business and trade
Publisher: London : C. Griffin &amp Company
Contributing Library: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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ulcanised in French chalk, and subsequently reduce to the 1 See also the article , Kombinierte hydraulische Kesselpresse Id theGummi-Zeitung, 1905, vol. xix. p. 1001. MANUFACTURE OF SOFT-RUBBER ARTICLES. 155 appropriate size by signifies of an eccentric punch, holes being at thesame time punched in them. The matrix which holds the knifeand the punch can be adjusted to take all sizes. One particular man canpunch on an average 8000 flat pedals in a day. Curved brake-rubbers with a hard-rubber inner layer are run on the machine inthe two various qualities, joined with each other by signifies of resolution,reduce up into pieces of the appropriate size, and vulcanised in Frenchchalk. The curved surface is buffed into shape on the lathe, bymeans of a shaped emery-wheel. Complicated rubbers must bemade up and vulcanised in moulds. Strong bicycle-tyres are run on the tube machine and then vulcan-ised in moulds (fig. 70) under the hydraulic vulcanising press, endlesstyres becoming made in appropriate closed moulds, as also are cushion tyres.

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Fig. 70. Perambulator tyres are also machined, and are then joined up andvulcanised in chalk in the open, or in moulds under the press. 9. Manufacture of Soft-Rubber Surgical Goods, and so forth.—The manu-facture of air-cushions, water-cushions, mattresses, hot-water bottles,and also of gas-bags, constitutes one more department of the business,to which it is now proposed to direct the readers interest. The three chief elements for success in this branch are: (1) clean,dense mixings, free of charge from grit (2) calendered sheet of uniformthickness, and fabric closely proofed (three) cautious hand labour. The mixings in most frequent use are white ones. For cushions, e.g., the following mixings could be recommended:— Mozambique . ten,000 gras. China-clay three,500 gms Sulphur . 1,200 „ Ceresin . 200 „ Zinc white . . 6,500 ,, Magnesia usta. 200 „ The mixing is in part run into lengths of doubled sheet on thecalenders, and produced up into cushions with cloth-impression and in 156 RUBBER MANUFACTURE. part created

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