Exhibit spaces are still open for the 26th Environmental, Health and Safety Conference to be held in Atlanta, Aug. 12-14.
A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to modify and make permanent bonus depreciation was passed in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 258-160 on Friday, July 11.
The first annual scholarship from this endowment will be presented to a select female student in November at the FEF College Industry Conference.
07.23.14: Tupy Receives Award From Volkswagen
The award honored global suppliers that fulfilled the expectations of product development, innovation capacity, quality and effectiveness.
Joel P. Reuter with Rolls-Royce North America called the move a restructuring in response to market conditions.
July 24, 2014 : 8D - Committee Conference Call
July 30 – 31, 2014 : Casting Defect Analysis #01B-15
August 5, 2014 : 1Z - Committee Meeting
August 6, 2014 : Green Sand Molding 101 #01-15
This course is an introduction to the green sand molding process used within a metalcasting facility. Discussion will include terminology, types of sands used, the mold making process, using and maintaining equipment, and considerations for preventing casting defects during the mold making process. Participants will leave the course with a basic foundation of the green sand molding process and techniques used in established facilities.
August 7, 2014 : Optimizing Structure-Property Relationships in Ductile Iron
The purpose of this research study was to identify ways to achieve a higher combination of strength and ductility, by characterizing the relationships between the graphite-metal matrix, alloy content, and tensile properties in ductile iron.
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The AFS Healthy and Safety Committee (10-Q) created the newest edition of the guides to provide metalcasters with updated information necessary to determine, evaluate and control potential hazards. The committee members are all experts in health and safety, holding certifications in multiple areas.
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The main body of each chapter focuses on the important scientific mechanisms behind metalcasting. Sigworth’s educated and practical approach offers guidance to the best practices in aluminum metalcasting available and can lead to new product or process improvements for the reader. He shares much of his personal experience and knowledge of the industry in this book and also includes additional valuable resources that augment the information presented within. Best Practices in Aluminum Metalcasting is unique in that more than 60 technical papers are contained within the CD-ROM included with this publication, a total value worth almost $2,000 (if each paper was purchased individually.) In addition, Excel®-based calculators are also included to assist with sprue calculations, furnace energy models, etc.
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The chart is organized with 12 full color photos of the coating defect or imperfection, complete definition, a number of possible causes, and potential solutions. Specific defects or imperfections covered are: Cratering/Fish Eyes/Bubbles, Brush Mark, Excess Coating, Scabs\Inclusions, Orange Peel, Tear Drops, Erosion, Veining, Metal Penetration, Coating Retention, Blows (Gas Defects), and Spalling. In addition, a QR code is on the chart, which, when scanned, will lead the user to additional coatings related defects resources.
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This textbook is comprised of teaching and lecture material developed during many decades at the University level as part of manufacturing/metallurgical curriculum. Its objective is to serve as a primary textbook for the beginners- undergraduate students at Universities, the educational program of the metalcasting industry at the college level, vocational schools, community colleges, four-year technology schools and traditional engineering school students. The book is also recommended as instructional tool for metalcasting facilities to train new employees, for suppliers to learn more about metalcasting and for libraries as reference material. The material contained in this textbook summarizes known basics and compliments them with the latest developments in all areas of metalcasting technique, technology and quality testing.
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