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MCTV VIDEO Casting 200 Series Aluminum


Eck Industries’ David Weiss discusses how meeting the challenges of pouring hard-to-cast alloys, such as 200-series aluminum, can help improve quality in the traditional alloys, such as 300 series aluminum, in this MCTV video on www.metalcastingtv.com.


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POLL QUESTION


The June website question asked: How many years have you worked in the metalcasting industry?


18% LESS THAN 5 YEARS


This month’s question is available at www.moderncasting.com.


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July 2013 MODERN CASTING | 3 30% 15-29 YEARS 13% 5-14 YEARS 10% MORE THAN 44 YEARS 29% 30-44 YEARS In this issue, we’ve included a


photo slideshow on page 9, video demonstrating a new method of testing nobake sand molds for thermal distortion on page 33, and a video highlighting new equipment exhibited at CastExpo in St. Louis, including the Vulcan VTS system described in Casting Innovations on page 42.


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