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INDUSTRY FACES


are capable of something you weren’t a few years ago.” According to Murray, Hoosier’s cus-


tomer base for the sand mold printing technology consists of half metalcasting facilities, a quarter OEMs and a quarter other pattern shops. While customers focus primarily on cost, final quality and performance, he has encountered some reluctance from metalcasting facilities based on who has final respon- sibility for the product. “Who’s responsible if you don’t pro-


duce a good casting? When you need an additional core, who’s buying that?” he asked.


Kinks still must be smoothed and the


technology remains in a niche market within the metalcasting industry, but Murray shows how an industry’s work- force can embrace new technology while incorporating past experiences.


PERSONALS Clinkenbeard,


Rockford, Ill., an- nounced that Mark S. Vance has been hired as a manufacturing engineer, where he will be responsible for the programming and set-up of CNC mills and lathes.


1,800, and is led by his son, John Hopkins Morison III. Robert Colton,


former owner of Dee Foundries Inc., Hous- ton, died July 25, 2013. He was 95. Colton lived in Houston for 56 years. Gary Lynn Carter, died Oct. 9,


Gary Lynn Carter


2013. He was 75. Carter began his career with General Motors, Detroit, first as a lab technician, molder- coremaker and metallurgist at GM’s research and development facility. In 1977, he relocated to Illinois, where he worked as a training manager for AFS. Carter then relocated to Blackfoot, Idaho, in 1985 to become a train- ing and safety manager for the U.S. Department of Energy.


Mark S. Vance Applied Minerals Inc., New York,


named Rogerio Galante to lead its iron oxide operation, where he will lead sales, marketing and product development.


OBITUARIES John Hopkins


Morison, former president of Hitchiner Manufacturing Com- pany Inc., Milford, N.H., died Sept. 15, 2013. He was 100 years old. In 1949, Morison returned from liv- ing overseas to purchase Hitchiner Manufacturing with his father. Te investment casting facility has grown from eight employees in the 1940s to a current workforce of approximately


John Hopkins Morison


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