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HELP WANTED


FOUNDRY FOREMAN—Experience with casting iron and steel. Opportunity to join fi rst commercial cokeless foundry in the US. Submit resume to: info@splitvane.com or SPLITVANE FOUNDRY, P.O.Box 117, Sumas, WA 98295.


FOUNDRY ENGINEER—Company in Ohio looking for a foundry engineer who is familiar with the gating and rigging of aluminum and magnesium sand castings. Candidate must have several years of experience. Contact: Box 2377, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555.


REPS WANTED


MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATION—Castal- loy, Inc.


is a manufacturer of steel compo-


nents with Investment Casting as the base casting process. Utilizing Lean Manufacturing Principles, we have reduced lead time and added capacity for new opportunities. We are seek- ing representation to help us fill the added capacity on account basis in most territories: Contact: Rudy Koishor @ 216-961-7990 ext. 241 or rkoishor@castalloy.com


EQUIPMENT WANTED


Interested in Shaping Minds? Become an Instructor for AFS and the Institute.


Have technical expertise in the fi eld of metalcasting? Want to share that knowl- edge to help others become more eff ective in their jobs? Teaching an Institute course may be for you. T e Institute is currently accepting applications for instructors in all areas of metalcasting. Candidates should:


• Have teaching and/or coaching experience


CASTING FOR


MODERN A PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN FOUNDRY SOCIETY


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


Contact: Beata Burek,


E-mail: Bburek@afsinc.org 847/824–0181 ext. 238 FAX 847/824–7848


AND THE INSTITUTE


For more information contact: Jennifer Head at jhead@afsinc.org


• Possess 5 years of hands-on experi- ence in the metalcasting industry


• Feel comfortable with speaking to large groups


• Be willing to teach at least twice per year and travel


• Wish to participate in a train-the- trainer program, and a yearly evaluation and improvement process


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Lab and shop fl oor process data collection, sharing, and analysis


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www.meltlab.com email info@meltlab.com


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METALCASTING CONGRESS Booth 536


CONSULTANTS


PERMANENT MOLD TECHNOLOGIES—Consult- ing engineers and metallurgists, specializing in copper-based and aluminum alloys metallurgy, sand, permanent mold, low pressure die casting, vacuum die-casting and semi-continuous casting processes. Feasibility study, market research, plant layout, tooling and casting design, training and trouble shooting. Contact: Kirit Dave at Ph: 630-699-9239 or E-mail: info@permanentmoldtech.com


BERNER FOUNDRY CONSULTANTS—Install- ing new equipment? High scrap percentages? Sand out of control? Environment regulations worrying you? With 40 years specializing in Foundry Set-Up, Scrap Reduction, Sand Control, and Environmental Concerns, Berner Foundry Consultants can solve your problems. C. A. Bud Berner, PO Box 176, Sauk City, WI 53583. Ph: 608-643-0449 Fax: 608-644-1100. E-mail: bernerfdryconsultants@charter.net


CONSULTANTS


Over 30 Years of Experience


In Operations, Management, Equipment and Projects


Engineering ● Layout/Flow ● Lean Mfg. Projects ● Process ● SPC ● Audits


Marketing ● Trade Shows ● Growth Plans Sales/ Networks ● Product Launch ● Casting Sourcing


CASTING CONCEPTS, LLC Kevin Crawford


kevin@castingconcepts.com www.castingconcepts.com


205-746-7089 EQUIPMENT FOR SALE


FOR SALE—B&P Lab Mulbaro, Cincinnati 12” Lab Muller, Simpson 18” & 24” Lab Mullers, Simpson #05 Porto-Muller, Simpson #3G-125 Mix-Muller, Falk Reducers for #2UD, #3UD, #1F, #1-1/2G, #2G and others. Miscellaneous new parts for NFE HiVac, Carver “S” Arm Mixers and Eirich Mixers. Additional information & pricing on request – Korco Mfg. Inc. 724-758-5020.


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