Each year FMampT surveys readers to measure the outlook of men and women working in North Americarsquos foundries and diecasting plants to identify the problems they face to learn what plans theyrsquore making and to understand better their expectations for the year now approaching

Each year FM&T surveys readers to measure the outlook of men and women working in North America’s foundries and diecasting plants, to identify the problems they face, to learn what plans they’re making, and to understand better their expectations for the year now approaching.

2016 Metalcasting Outlook

Managers and executives give the state-of-the-industry and share their long-range concerns in this annual reader survey. Manufacturing mindset Year after year Proposal stages Deciding, managing, … competing

Metalcasting has an eternal quality that fascinates those who make their careers in the science and the industry. The products have permanence, so the process gains our trust. The materials are recyclable, lending value to our efforts. The processes are dynamic, encouraging us to do more, to do better. And still, we demand results.

For that reason we return to our readers for the information that will bring us up to date on the state of metalcasting i

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