The Melter prepares himself to "tap" the heat -- to control a massive tilting mechanism that will tip the furnace to pour the newly made steel into the ladle.
So, it's over.
The steel mill where I've worked for 22 years has closed the "melt shop" where now steel is made by melting scrap and refining it into new and better steel grades. No more.
I went in early AM to catch the last heat melted and followed it down the line.
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