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FOUNDRY TOOLING ENGINEER-MANAGER— Michigan foundry is currently searching for a seasoned engineer experienced in all aspects encompassing green/ No-Bake sand, shell and Investment foundry process for Steel - Iron and Aluminum cast products. The position requires excellent communication skills and the ability to manage an engineering team, implement new ideas, solve challenging problems and above all- exceed all customer expectations. If you are ready to join a growing solid organization focused on changing the foundry industry in every way imaginable this could be the challenge you are searching for. Please contact: Box 2406, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555 or E-mail:

FOUNDRY DESIGN ENGINEER/SALES MAN- AGER—Must be experienced in all aspects of non-ferrous molding of aluminum, brass and bronze. Green sand and permanent mold cast- ings. Pattern/mold design and fabrication. Shell, CO2 and oil core design and production. Casting trouble shooting, implement new ideas and develop sales. SMG-Harson LLC, Silver Creek, NY 14136,

PRESIDENT—Midwest foundry looking for expe- rienced leader with a strong focus in leadership, manufacturing, quality/ISO, and sales. Candidate must have experience and existing network of industry contacts. Pay commensurate with ex- perience, health insurance, 401K, and ownership opportunities to the right candidate. Please send resume/cover letter to: Box 2399, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555 or E-mail:


MACHINE REBUILDS—Have a spent Match-Blow Automatic Molding Machine? Don’t have $500k- $750k for a new one? Industrial Flask, Inc. is offer- ing COMPLETE rebuilds of BSM/TBM Match-Blow Automatic Molding Machines. Rebuilds include complete mechanical/hydraulic/electric overhaul, Epoxy Coating of Sand Magazine, Chrome Plating of Main Hydraulic cylinders, NEW PLC, and Flask Rebuild. These machines are BETTER than new for about 1/3 of the price of current machines. We rebuild one of our machines and set it up to run in our shop, then sell or exchange for your spent machine. Call: Dan at 859-586-5500.


FOR SALE—B & P Lab Mulbaro, Cincinnati 12” Lab Muller, Simpson 18” Lab Muller, Simpson #05 Porto-Muller, Simpson #1F Mix-Muller, National #2 Bucket Loader, Falk Reducers for Simpson #1.5UD, #2UD, #3UD, #05, #1F, #1.5G, #2G and others. Miscellaneous items for Carver “S” Arm Mixers, Eirich Mixers & NFE HiVac. Additional information upon request. Call: Korco Mfg. Inc. 724-758-5020.

GK Vibramills, Power Roll Conveyors, NoBake Mix- ers and Molding Systems, IMM Molding Machines, OSBORN 3161/3191, CORECO Gas Fired Thermal Reclaimer LAEMPE LFB-25, DIDION Reclaimer, Shotblast Units, Dust Collection Systems. If not listed call 540-297-8884,


American Foundry Group with three steel foundries located in NE Oklahoma is seeking applicants for Quality / Technical Director. Must have good analytical, verbal and communication skills.

Job duties to include: Plan and direct activities concerned with the development, application and maintenance of quality standards. Develop and maintain departmental programs such as welding, melting and heat treatment of materials. Work directly with shop floor, management and customers.

Metallurgist degree w/ five to 10 years related experience.

We offer a choice of three PPO health insurance plans, dental, vision, STD/LTD, Critical Care, voluntary life insurance and more.

Take advantage of the great benefits, and security of a reputable company with growth and advance- ment potential by forwarding a resume to: or thru our website at


Established Steel Foundry located in NE Oklahoma is seeking applicants for Machine Shop Manager. As part of the management team, individual will be responsible for the coordination, scheduling and evaluation of this division; train and direct operators and technicians; job costing and P&L oversight; and review & improve shop processes. Must have a good understanding of Programming, Trig, Geometry and Cartesian coordinate system, routing, maintenance on machines, tools and measuring instruments. Must be able to quote machining cost and develop complete machine programs and fixturing. Minimum of 5-10 years experience in supervisory/management position preferred. Desire to learn and grow within the organization.

We offer competitive wage and benefits package. Email resume to: NDE LEVEL III

American Foundry Group is seeking applicants for Certified NDE Level III.

To qualify, this individual must have good verbal and written communication skills; be able to read, interpret and evaluate film with reference to standards, specifications and related documentation. Accept or reject items found to be discrepant or unacceptable and prepare appropriate documentation for disposition of such items. Level III must be able to write qualified procedures and develop MPT, LPT, UT and/or RT technique sheets for each part. Level III must be able to teach, train and supervise all levels of NDE technicians. Maintain NDT inspection files and records in accordance with current operating procedures and summarize results for inspection. Magnetic Particle Testing, Visual Inspec- tion Testing, Liquid Penetrant Testing, and Ultrasonic Testing.

AFG benefits include life, health, dental, vision, STD, LTD, Critical Care and Voluntary Life. Forward resume to: or go directly to our website at


MANUFACTURER REP—Midwest Magnesium and Aluminum Foundry seeking company for representa- tion. Castings range from ounces to 2,000 lbs. via sand and permanent mold. ISO 9001:2008, AS9100:2009, and NADCAP accredited. Please send resume/cover letter to: Box 2405, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555 or E-mail:

Seeking experienced individual or company to represent our steel casting facility in northeast Ohio. Our facility produces carbon and low alloy steel castings ranging in size from 200 Lbs. to over 30,000 Lbs. We are looking for representation on an individual account basis or will entertain established territories. Contact: Jim Krivanek through E-mail at:



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