Come join other metalcasting professionals and talk about topics that impact your organization: Assessing talent, facilitating interviewing, effective training and tracking systems, safety, performance reviews, handling office gossip and terminations. These are just some of the topics that will be discussed at the roundtable on July 23, at Miller Park in Milwaukee. The one-day interactive roundtable includes lunch and an evening networking event at Miller Park with great seats to see the Milwaukee Brewers host the Cincinnati Reds.
Represent your AFS chapter at the Chapter Officers Conference at AFS headquarters in Schaumburg, IL. In addition to a fun social event at Top Golf the evening of August 12th, chapter leaders from all AFS chapters will convene on the 13th to discuss best practices in meeting planning, communications, recruitment, student engagement, and more. There will be a comprehensive overview of AFS membership benefits as well as the resources available to you as chapter leaders.
The Casting Copper Alloys Workshop will provide details on commonly poured alloys and metallurgy, with emphasis on best practices for melt cleanliness, pouring and casting process control. Presentations include information on melting and pouring non-leaded alloys, new alloy developments, and the latest research and developments relevant to copper alloy casting. The seminar is geared towards foundry management, supervisors and operators to further their knowledge of copper-based alloy casting processes and help with finding solutions for the foundry.
Join us for North America’s premier event for leaders from foundries and supplier companies at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa in Traverse City, Michigan. The Foundry Leadership Summit features high-level speakers, industry roundtables, and presentations about issues important to metalcasting leaders, including industry innovation, public policies and economic forecasts.
This course is designed for people with only a few years of experience in the health and safety field, and for those newer to the metalcasting industry. Some participants may have worked in a foundry for decades but manage safety and health as only one of many responsibilities.
Where is the one place you can learn about cutting-edge, relevant EHS issues facing metalcasters? The 31st annual Environmental, Health and Safety Conference! Share case studies of successful EHS projects, network with peers, and check out vendors of EHS equipment/services. Located in beautiful Louisville, Kentucky, home of Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger, and the Urban Bourbon Trail, make your plans to attend the 31st EHS Conference today!
Brent Charlton Metal Technologies Auburn, LLC
Join fellow metalcasters from around the world at the Young Professionals Program this October in Chicago and Milwaukee. This gathering promotes career development and networking among young metalcasting professionals from the U.S., Japan and Germany. It’s a week of foundry tours, manufacturing presentations, industry discussions and more, all designed to enhance the competitiveness of the metalcasting industry and promote global exchange and networking.
The 5th International Ferrous Melting Conference is a 3-day gathering co-sponsored by the AFS Melting Methods and Materials Division. The conference will be held Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee, with more than 200 expected attendees. Speakers from the foundry and related melting industries will focus of the topics of coreless melting, channel furnace melting and holding, pressure pouring, cupola melting, metallurgy, and charge materials.