More sustainable 3D printing of cores is now possible with binder jet printing of inorganic binder. The topic of sustainable manufacturing is increasingly the focus of governments, regulations and within industry itself. Now, binder jet sand 3D printing with inorganic binders opens new opportunities to produce sand cores in a resource-friendly way. Foundries and other companies, such as those in the automotive industry, can now pursue a more ecologically conscious approach, while tapping all the benefits of sand 3D printing for complex part production.
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Facilities and plants today are under more pressure than ever before to process more samples per day, attain lower detection limits and lower operating costs. This webinar will highlight new advances in optical emission technology and how to choose the best spectrometer to achieve the desired analytical solution. Also, how to precisely detect and analyze samples containing free graphite with results comparable to those achieved by combustion analysis.
This masterclass is brought to you by the global leaders in intelligent energy management, GridBeyond. The VP of North America, Wayne Muncaster, will present to you the ways that metal manufacturing businesses, like yours, can use energy management as a gateway to enhanced revenues and savings. Within this presentation, you will learn:
• How to uncover flexibility in your energy use without impacting operations
• Where the opportunities lie for businesses like yours
• How the energy markets are changing and what that means for you
Approximately 20,000 foundries worldwide produce cast iron. The exact chemical composition of the alloy being manufactured needs to be checked throughout the melt process to ensure the quality of the finished product meets specification. OES technology is primed to deliver accurate and reliable one-step quality control throughout the process. A Hitachi High-Tech Application representative explains how this can be achieved.
Controlling measurable costs affecting productivity and profitability of shot blasting.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its final rule to improve tracking of workplace injury and illness data earlier this year. The rule requires most metalcasters to electronically submit their injury and illness data to OSHA. And for the first time, OSHA plans to make this information publicly available on the Internet through a new searchable database.
This webinar highlights how metalcasting businesses can bolster their workforce training with eLearning modules from the AFS Institute.
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By adopting an innovative heat exchanger technology that has been used in different industries, the metalcasting industry can solve some of the similar challenges they faced. Plate heat exchanger technology can increase efficiency and improve casting quality through precise sand temperature control.