In The News

  • Trine students receive American Foundry Society scholarships

    Four Trine University students received scholarships from the Northern Indiana chapter of the American Foundry Society at its Nov. 12 meeting in Warsaw.

  • Steve Carr to Speak on Corporate Reputation Management at AFS Conference

    teven D. Carr, managing director and head of the Investor Relations practice for Dresner Corporate Services, Inc., a strategic communications and business development agency, will speak on Corporate Reputation Management in a Digital Age at the American Foundry Society (AFS) 2018 Marketing and Sales Conference.

  • Advanced Manufacturing: "30 Under 30" Recipient Reaches Out with Foundry in a Box

    A young employee of AFS Corporate Member General Motors "mentors a local all-girls FIRST Robotics team and volunteers at science festivals with the American Foundry Society’s Foundry in a Box demonstrations."

  • Popular Mechanics: The Future of American Manufacturing

    At AFS Corporate Member Lodge, "shift managers and other management-level employees undergo metallurgical training through the American Foundry Society to help them better understand the science behind the company’s products."

  • Meridian Star: U of A students compete in AFS Casting Competition

    The American Foundry Society Casting Competition consisted of each team making a small-scale version of the Vulcan statue located in Birmingham and a technical presentation of their work.

  • Norwalk Reflector: 2020 Metalcasting Congress coming to Cleveland

    “Ohio is home to more foundries than any other state, which makes it a prime location for Metalcasting Congress,” said AFS CEO Doug Kurkul.

  • Foundry Planet: American Foundry Society's 2020 Annual Meeting and Trade Show Will Take Place in Cleveland

    AFS is bringing its annual meeting and industry showcase to Cleveland for the first time in more than 40 years.

  • Watertown Daily Times: AFS Corporate Member Spuncast supports industrial education in Watertown, WI

    With help from local industry, Watertown High School's manufacturing courses are getting a makeover for the 2018-19 school year.

  • KEYC: Dotson Iron Castings, AFS Corporate Member, shows students the value of a career in metalcasting with support for museum exhibit

    You normally wouldn't let your kids pour molten metal or operate a heavy crane, but the Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota is letting kids do all those things, and more!

  • JD Supra: AFS commended for good work to improve safety management

    I wish that time permitted us to write more often about the good work done by various groups to improve workplace safety and management. Notable examples include AGC–National and numerous state AGC-Chapters, the National Safety Council, State safety summits or “Governors Safety Conferences,” such as those in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky and Indiana; TAUC, NBWA, American Foundry Society, American Poultry Association, and many others.