Foundry Metalcasting Weekly - Jun 6th, 2024
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In The Spotlight
A ferrous foundry engaged its local university to customize an Industrial Management Certification Program that promotes organizational improvement and develops leadership abilities.
Top Stories
Minneapolis-based Smith Foundry agreed to end all hot metal activities within 12 months to avoid prosecution under the Clean Air Act, but it will continue finishing operations.
Maintaining air and gas temperatures at a high level improves the productivity and environmental impact of conventional cold-box coremaking operations.
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Just because you’re online, promoting yourself and your work, doesn’t mean you are building a brand.
A 12-month project aims to develop a mathematical model of the two-way coupling between liquid metal flow and the oxide layer above it, with the latter behaving as a non-Newtonian liquid/gas interface.
Editor's Choice
Patent-pending, small footprint design prevents contamination build-up, has a high-purity environment, and supports additive manufacturing, MIM, and PM part production.
A handheld instrument measures refractory brick up to 11.8 in. (300 mm.) in furnaces, for cement, dolomite, magnesite or fireclay bricks.