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Defect Symposium Held at Worcester Polytechnic.

A symposium titled "Zero Defect Processing" was held on May 17 by the Metal Processing Institute (MPI), an industry-university alliance that aims to educate future leaders of the industry and to advance knowledge though research. MPI is headquartered at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Worcester, Massachusetts.

Presentations at the symposium included "Zero Defects: Foundry Processing Raised to the Highest Level," by John Jorstad, Formcast, Inc.; "Predictive Modeling for Near-Zero-Defect Manufacturing Design," by Jay Lee, United Technologies; "A systematic Approach to Quality Improvement in Investment Castings," by Neil Paton, Howment Corp.; and "Metal Casting and Six Sigma," by Gary Ruff, Internet Corp.
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Date:Jun 1, 2000
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