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Hi AlexKeddy,

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Project[edit]

Alex

Great start - In section 5 pick one of the alternative methods of manufacture and determine if it can produce either a materials or energy efficiency improvement over stamping. If nothing looks promising - can stamping be improved? Quantify your suggestions try a worked example.

Minor stuff:

  • Formatting: tie into appropedia with hyperlinks, use existing site resources to explain basic concepts, put your page into the proper category
  • Content: cite each concept directly using <ref> commands rather than a bib,

--Joshua 15:40, 19 November 2008 (UTC)

Good article, all the information about head gaskets is there, but it is a little hard to understand. A little reorganizing would go a long way. Since stamping seems to already be the most efficient way to produce the gaskets I would agree with Dr. Pearce that looking for ways to improve that might be a good direction to go in. I put some small formatting suggestions on the talk page,

good luck

J.Coombs 00:44, 20 November 2008 (UTC)