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Industry Outreach Attracting the Next


et’s face it, there are some preconceived notions about the metalcasting industry.


Some of these, whether right or wrong, can hurt the industry’s efforts to bring


in the next generation, the genera- tion that will keep casting healthy and vibrant. Or, there are no notions at all. Metalcasting? What’s that? For vari-


Generation L


Finding future members of the metalcasting industry involves reaching out to students at all levels. BRIAN SANDALOW, ASSOCIATE EDITOR


ous reasons, many kids simply don’t know about it or what it provides. But that doesn’t mean the industry


is resigned to losing out on the best and brightest.


Students are shown the components of a mold in a demonstration. 24 | MODERN CASTING April 2016


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