"Hex" Threads

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Per Brent's observations, these "globs" on the base of the threads only appear on very end game glass -- the rolled-under base toll, the No 31 Keg, the signals and B 44. It is most certainly a molding problem and not intentional or desired. Per Brent's observations, these "globs" on the base of the threads only appear on very end game glass -- the rolled-under base toll, the No 31 Keg, the signals and B 44. It is most certainly a molding problem and not intentional or desired.
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Lee wonders if this is some sort of anomaly made from the mechanism that would retrieve the threaded plunger (the size of a wooden cob -- just the tip, not the entire shaft) out of the molten glass.

Per Brent's observations, these "globs" on the base of the threads only appear on very end game glass -- the rolled-under base toll, the No 31 Keg, the signals and B 44. It is most certainly a molding problem and not intentional or desired.

CD 121 with "hex" anamoly at base of threads. Photo by Brent Burger.
CD 121 with "hex" anamoly at base of threads. Photo by Brent Burger.
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