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Articles from Modern Casting (August 1, 2006)

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Aluminum melting furnace. 98
Awards should recognize consistency as well as complexity. Mojica, Juan F. 212
Badger Mining Corp. named best small company to work for based on worker satisfaction. 378
Calendar of events. Calendar 285
Cermet saw blades. 89
Chapter meetings. Calendar 224
Citation Corp. Butler Division receives two awards for supplier excellence. Brief article 154
CMI course schedule. Calendar 112
Countries' postage stamps deliver history of metalcasting. Habashi, Fathi 364
Direct metal laser-sintering makes a speedy delivery. 459
Direct metal laser-sintering makes a speedy delivery. 81
Ian M. Kay, longtime director of the Cast Metals Institute, passes torch to successor. 332
Leaping microstructure hurdles with process modeling: beyond simply identifying shrink porosity and fill problems, numerical tools can predict more accurately defects at a microstructure level to help achieve better material properties. Scott, Sam 1503
Modeling casting on the move. Wei, Gengsheng 1452
NADCA specifications change magnesium content for 380 and A380 aluminum alloys. 153
New research to improve prediction of physical changes in investment casting process. 206
Not all costs are bad. Marcus, Dan 743
Obituaries. Obituary 124
Our image stinks. Spada, Alfred T. 613
Q What is the normal variation for tensile strength results, and how do you reduce the variation? For gray iron G3000, we have tensile results of 31 ksi to 34 ksi. Is this acceptable? 759
RP checks out fast: no one is going to ask you if you'd like paper or plastic, but if you know where to look, you may be able to fill a rapid prototyping (RP) order without first building a plastic, 3-D model. Gibbs, Shea 2117
Spanish metalcasting group makes world's largest furnace order. 135
State Senate honors MetalTek International. Brief article 175
Turn a rough rider into smooth operator: when you're using a bonded sand casting process, improving your surface finish can be a difficult task. But it also can be invaluable. Gibbs, Shea 1597
U.S. trade & treasury offices see high level staff changes. 326
Who needs inventory? Signicast Corporation did away with inventory and focused on speed and continuous flow to be able to deliver a part to its customers in 5-10 days. Kruse, Shannon Cover story 2264

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