Our thesis work is jigging in general, that is, the construction of a miniature jig in the laboratory, operation of the same, discussion of jigging principles, and a description with drawings of the jig constructed.
Most of our time was spent on the mechanical construction
of the jig which we leave to the Mining Department.
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