ABB Robotics
Messe Dusseldorf
Rösler Oberflächentechnik GmbH
Norton | Saint-Gobain
ATI Industrial Automation
The CGV-900 offers built-in compliance, allowing the unit to compensate for irregularities in part surfaces and maintain contact with a workpiece. The compliance force is adjustable, so users can fine-tune finishing processes in real time.
Dmitry Kalinovsky | Dreamstime
Plasma - or laser - cutting achieves clean cuts that require less grinding or deburring in subsequent finishing steps.

CISA Members in the Spotlight

Aug. 14, 2014
When I started my foundry career in 1984 I could not have imagined that our industry would possibly change as much as it has in just 30 years. The stories my father told me about how and why my grandfather started our company in the middle of World War II, and the stories he told me about his own 42-year career compared to my experiences, versus the stories my son tells me now about his foundry participation, all seem to be so conflicted. We certainly cannot be describing the same industry.

As Dean Weaver, CISA President, stated in "The One “Constant” Now Is “Change,” the foundry industry today is barely recognizable from when his business was first began during World War II. 

"CISA is more in tune than ever with the U.S. automotive market and the constantly changing dynamics of that essential industry. Simply stated, CISA provides more “content” that allows casting suppliers to appreciate the breadth of change in the industry to which all of us are dedicated," states Mr. Weaver.

Take a look at the CISA members, and their profiles.  Leveraging the knowledge and expertise of casting suppliers throughout the world, these members are staying abreast of the ever-changing casting industry.