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Articles from Modern Casting (May 1, 2006)

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110th Metalcasting Congress: April 18-21, 2006 * Columbus, Ohio. 4958
74th Annual Southeast Regional held in Nashville. 223
AFS Trade Commission gone, not forgotten as fight continues in Washington. Kurtti, Chuck 439
American Foundry Society announces two casting of the year winners for the first time. 517
Calendar of events. Calendar 289
Chapter meetings. Calendar 232
CMI internet courses provide convenient educational opportunities for metalcasters. 185
CSUC manufacturing students win 2006 manufacturing challenge. 343
Exploring metalcasting's softer side. Spada, Alfred T. 699
Foulke takes office as new head of OSHA in April. 132
Global shipments of metal castings to reach 90 million tons in 2008: China, Brazil, Mexico and Korea increase market share while other countries decrease. Kirgin, Ken 4597
Improving productivity through casting process modeling. 412
International Truck and Engine to expand ice plant. 244
International Truck and Engine to upgrade ICC. 86
J. Walter Miller's bronze age: J. Walter Miller Co. is positioning itself for future competition with the added capacity from its new horizontally parted sand molding line. Kruse, Shannon 1716
Making maintenance work for you: stay ahead of the repair curve, and maintenance costs can be an investment rather than a reason to shut down. Bagadia, Kris 1583
Obituaries. Obituary 119
Optimizing your cupola operation. Katz, Seymour 704
OSHA program to focus on exposure to crystalline silica. 151
Piedmont--in March, David Sherman, Conbraco Industries Inc., presents the speaker's award to Joe Whiteside Jr., Metal Energies Inc., following his presentation on casting surface preparation methodologies. Jones, Jamey 81
Power cleaner. 80
Q How can we reduce the variability in results from Brinell hardness testing on quench and tempered steel castings? 796
Quality certification. 87
Saginaw Valley--in March, students from several area universities were awarded scholarships by the Educational Opportunities Committee. Iamurri, Rodney 95
Small Business Health Plan legislation moves out of senate committee. 193
Superior announces wheel supply program with Subaru. 158
Tailor properties where needed using the CDC process. 575
Thank you. 122
Unearthing facts from the not-so-humble beginnings of aluminum and copper. 296
USTR lists foreign trade barriers and promises to take action. 204
Working Group continues efforts on area source rule. 124

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