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AFS Metalcasting Congress: Gathering Place of Industry Leaders


The event will take place in Schaumburg, Ill., April 8-11. A MODERN CASTING STAFF REPORT


Hotel and Convention Center in Schaumburg, Ill. Te Metalcasting Congress is the


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largest annual North American indus- try technical show in which authors and presenters reveal the latest devel- opments in casting industry research and production case studies. Te show also features a sold-out table-top exhibit and the growing Cast in North America track. Geared to casting


he American Foundry Society is holding its 118th Metalcasting Congress April 8-11, 2014, at the Renaissance


designers and buyers, Cast in North America consists of casting design and purchasing sessions, an exhibit floor featuring North American casting suppliers, and a display of the 2014 AFS Casting Competition winners. Other features of Metalcasting


Congress include practical work- shops, awards banquets and lun- cheons, the Hoyt Memorial Lecture and the AFS President’s session. Also during Congress, Eugene


Muratore, retired, Rio Tinto Iron and Titanium America, Chicago, will receive the prestigious Tomas W. Pangborn Gold Metal for educating


and promoting the fundamentals of cast iron melting and processing to the engineering community as well as for service to AFS in both Division 8 (Melting) and Division 5 (Iron). Those interested can visit www.


metalcastingcongress.org for more information. Attendees can navigate Metalcasting Congress with the AFSMCC14 app, which includes an interactive exhibit floor, list of exhibitors and booth numbers, and the schedule of technical sessions and special events. The app is avail- able in app stores for Apple and Android devices.


The sold-out exhibition floor for the 118th Metalcasting Congress will be full of suppliers to the industry promoting their latest product advancements. 58 | MODERN CASTING March 2014


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