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Articles from Modern Casting (November 1, 2004)

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A look in the mirror. Spada, Alfred T. Editorial 684
AFS, metalcasting industry win battle on manufacturing tax rebate. 308
Alcoa driving automotive castings for new models of General Motors, Chrysler, Nissan vehicles. Brief Article 293
Alcoa driving castings for major automotive firms. Brief Article 105
Anatolia: the cradle of castings. 374
Are you nuts? Lobenhofer, Roy Letter to the Editor 490
Auburn, Sparta to close metalcasting facilities. Brief Article 165
Calendar of events. Calendar 177
Chapter meetings. Calendar 1487
China vows to float currency, but shows no urgency in doing so. Brief Article 154
Cleaning, finishing & shipping. Directory 10496
Firth Rixson acquires Schlosser Forge. 83
General manufacturing, engineering & maintenance. Directory 24360
General Motors to close malleable facility by 2007, move operations to defiance plant. 137
Great Lakes establishing new production facility. Brief Article 86
Hartley Controls Corp. (Simpson Technologies Group), Aurora, Ill., has provided automated sand equipmentto numerous firms within the past year. 119
How to make this year's buyer's guide work for you! Knowing your way around the Modern Casting Buyer's Guide will make locating supplier sources for your much-needed equipment, products and services quicker and easier. 615
Intermet files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, announces plans to close Columbus Machining plant. 488
International metalcasting associations. Directory 1255
Manufacturers index. Directory 33282
Manufacturing salary survey shows increase in 2003: the 2003 National Executive Compensation Survey shows nearly all positions in manufacturing enjoyed increases in salary and total compensation compared with the previous year. 604
Melting, pouring & heat treatment. 30760
Metalcasting community unites at AFS Foundry Executive Conference. Brief Article 237
Metals associations. Directory 1751
Mold, core & sand preparation. Directory 38171
Patternmaking. Directory 4721
Permanent mold tools: cast or forged? The metallurgical and economical characteristics of castings can provide many benefits in the processing of permanent mold tools when compared to billets. Kablach, Thomas 1070
Q We see primary carbides in a ductile iron 80-55-06 casting with relatively thin cross-sections (0.25-0.0375 in.). Is it normal to anticipate a certain amount of primary carbides in a casting like this? What is the acceptable amount that can be tolerated? What specific practical measures can be taken to minimize the formation of carbides? Brief Article 304
Q We use chills to improve the properties in critical areas of our 206 aluminum alloy castings. Is it possible to over chill, and what are the side effects of doing so? 345
Question of the month. 94
R&D credit for private sector industries part of tax package. Brief Article 174
Remelt Sources acquires ASAP. Brief Article 86
Safety & environmental. Directory 5741
State foundry associations. Directory 363
Supplier's online. Directory 1972
Testing & laboratory. Directory 6573
Thank you. 110
U.S. Metalcasting industry testifies before U.S. ITC at Section 332 hearing: using its one opportunity to speak directly to the ITC, the metalcasting industry detailed the affect low-price foreign competition has had on our facilities and the future of our industry. Spada, Alfred T. 1959
USTR to survey China's intellectual property rights violations. Brief Article 124

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