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FOUNDRY GATING ENGINEER—No-Bake steel foundry in East Texas looking for experienced gating individual. Must have SolidWorks software background. Excellent opportunity to grow with new foundry. Qualified candidates should sub- mit resume along with salary requirements to:

PROCESS ENGINEER / FOUNDRY MANAGER— Alcon Industries is seeking a strong candidate to be a hands-on assistant to the General Manager. Responsibilities include tooling design, process controls, material purchasing, scheduling, su- pervising core room and molding departments. Familiar with green sand and no-bake molding processes. Familiar with shell machine, cold box, oil sand and no-bake core processes. The ideal candidate would have a minimum of 5 years foundry experience. Qualified candidates should submit resume along with salary requirements to

QUALITY NON-FERROUS FOUNDRY, located in Southwest Michigan is looking for professional and reputable sales representation (with no other non-ferrous foundry principle). Contact: Quality Non-Ferrous Foundry, 1251 Judd SW, Wyoming, MI 49509 or send email to Doug Schlattman at:

CONSOLIDATED PRECISION PRODUCTS (CPP) Boston, a high alloy foundry that specialized in the field of high technology casting has an immediate opening for the following positions: Operations Manager—This key position is respon- sible for leading all operations including meeting or exceeding expectation of our shareholder, customer and employees. Provide strategic leadership to the site supervisory team in continuous improvement efforts, cost control and operational efficiency. A strong focus on team building and employee de- velopment will be required as part of standardizing and stabilizing the foundry operations. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (engineering discipline preferred), Minimum of 3 years leading and managing a sand foundry is preferred NDT Level II—Experience in PT/MT/VT and RT Film Evaluation. Quality Engineer—Experience with ISO 9001, NADCAP and Military (NAVY) requirements in the foundry environment Please send resumes to:


FOUNDRY ENGINEER/METALLURGIST—Stainless Steel Sand and Centrifugal Foundry in Youngstown, Ohio is seeking degreed engineer with metallurgic and managerial skills. Minimum 8 years’ experience in foundry engineering/operations. Position is responsible for all aspects of the foundry. Individual must be able to design riser contacts and gating on stainless/steel castings, read engineering drawings, calculate weights and have experience with induction melting, sand castings, no-bake and the centrifugal process. Individual needs to have a clear understanding of foundry production and strong communication skills. Qualified candidates should submit resume along with salary requirements to:


Degreed metallurgist with 7-10 years’ experience preferably with EAF melting experience. Must function independently and be able to make up charges, establish melt stock specifications, run all laboratory equipment including radiation detection, establish heat treat cycles based on chemistries, etc... He or she will interact with outside laboratories, and will interpret the test results as well trouble shoot daily issues. Company Confidential, Pittsburgh, PA., Please reply to BOX 2410, C/O Modern Casting, 1695 N. Penny Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555

MIDWEST ALUMINUM PERMANENT MOLD FOUNDRY FOR SALE—Sale will include all equip- ment, two product lines, customer base, heat treat furnace, mold shop and CNC machine shop, land and building available. Owner Retiring. Serious inquires only. Contact: Box 2403, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N. Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555 or E-mail:


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