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TECHNICAL RESOURCES AT YOUR FINGERTIPS www.afslibrary.com


The Online AFS Library is the world’s largest collection of reference material on metalcasting.


• More than 38,000 technical papers and articles searchable via the web • Unparalleled resource for metalcasters, designers, researchers and users


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• Immediate downloads available DESIGN SOLUTIONS IS THE KEY TO


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C-9 Microfi nish Comparator® by GAR Electroforming www.afsinc.org/estore


The C-9 Microfi nish Comparator® surface roughness scale lets you check your casting’s surface for quality control.


• Nine replicated cast surface fi nish specimens, ranging from 20- to 900 microinches


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