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Foundry Conference and Exposition Make your reservations today!


Featured Topics: • Foundries are going broke… Could yours be next?


• Sand Reclamation & Updates on Clay, and Sand Mulling Technology


• 3D Technology and 3D printing of sand molds • Aluminum Melting Technology • Future Leaders of Our Industry • Operation of a Rear-Slagging Cupola • Value Added Machining Topic • Cast Metals Roundtable • Use of Masteralloy in Aluminum Engineered Castings • Sand Cores and Molds - Costs and Possibilities • Foundry Insurance and Risk Management Issues • Use of lower Mg allows for ductile treatment • Your Foundry: Safer than an aircraft carrier?


• 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing in the Foundry


• Measuring Shrink by Thermal Analysis • Methods for improving Mg recovery • And more!


This year’s regional will be held at The Crowne Plaza Hotel, 6401 S. 13th


Street, Milwaukee, WI


For Registration, please contact American Foundry Society - Wisconsin Chapter c/o TEAM, Inc. W175 N11117 Stonewood Drive Suite 204 Germantown, WI 53022 Phone: 262.532.2440 | Fax: 262.532.2430 | Email: afswi@teamwi.com


www.wisconsinafs.org


Keynote Speaker:


Gary Gigante


President & CEO Waupaca Foundry


ISCONSIN REGIONAL February 11-13, 2015 • Crowne Plaza Hotel • Milwaukee, WI


This year’s regional features a specially selected program of management, marketing and technical services dedicated to Engineering, Energy and Environmental Health & Safety, Ferrous and Nonferrous production.


Kick-Off


Guest Speaker: Chris Norch President AFS National


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