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Submissions Wanted for Annual Casting Competition AFS and Metal Casting Design


& Purchasing magazine are seeking entries to the 2015 Casting Com- petition. Tis year’s Casting of the Year will receive a free year’s license of Magmasoft simulation software, and Best in Class winners will receive 6-month licenses. Winners will be showcased at Cast in North America at the 119th Metalcasting Congress.


All entries will appear in Metal Cast- ing Design & Purchasing magazine’s “Castings in Action” or “Casting In- novations” departments. Participation is open to all North


American metalcasters and designers/ users of metal castings. Previous entries may be resubmitted. Castings are sought in all metals, casting processes, end-use applications and sizes/weights.


Paul Turpin Receives EHS Service Citation In December, Paul Turpin, AFS


10-F Committee member and proj- ect manager, TRC Environmental Corp., Madison, Wis., was present- ed with the Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Service Citation Award for “dedication and service to help build and improve environ- mental, safety and health conditions within the metalcasting industry.” Mike Lenahan, chair of AFS


Independent judges will evaluate


each entry on: benefits delivered to the casting customer, the use of the cast- ing process’s unique capabilities, and contribution to growth and expansion of the casting market. Deadline is Jan. 30, 2015. Te


competition is free for AFS Corpo- rate Member companies. For an entry form, see page 34.


Division 10, vice president-sales, Fairmount Santrol, Benton Harbor, Mich., presented the award to Tur- pin for his work on the committee and within the metalcasting indus- try in 2013. The purpose of the AFS Division


10 Committee is to advance respon- sible health, safety and environmen- tal control programs and standards in the metalcasting industry.


Paul Turpin


54 | MODERN CASTING January 2015


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