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78 New Location!


Potawatomi Hotel & Casino • Near Downtown Milwaukee • New hotel (380+ rooms) • State-of-the art Tech Session Rooms


• Free Covered Parking, skywalk access WR H[SR KDOO À RRU


• Seven Restaurants, Multiple Bars • Casino & Gaming


Conference & Expo Highlights:


• Foundry “6-Pack” Pricing • Free Wednesday Expo with VIP pass • 3rd Annual Casting Competition • Large Expo Hall


20 Tech-sessions on Ferrous, Non-Ferrous, Innoculations


& Foundry Operations, including: New DI process


Intellectual Property Rotary Degassing Casting Simulation No Bake Sand Reclamation


3D Printing Advances Core Issues/Solutions Perils of Workplace Drug Use HR prospecting


Foundry Sand & EPA Scrap Trends


Sand Control for Cu Refractory Advances Non-Ferrous Melt Quality Regulation update Filtration


Internship Panel Electric Utilities


Safety


For more information on the Regional, please visit… www.wisconsinafs.org


AFS and the Institute course offerings on Wednesday, February 10th


a. ,GHQWL¿ \LQJ WKH &RUUHFW &DVWLQJ 'HIHFW b. Introduction to Alloys c. Introduction to Coreless Induction Furnace Operation Institute Students receive complimentary Regional badges.


For course information and registration please visit …… http://www.afsinc.org/WIregionalclasses


For course questions please contact Celeste Smith at csmith@afsinc.org


, at the Regional


Keynote Speaker: Randy Brull,


President & COO, Aarrowcast, Inc. “Find the Best and Accept Nothing Less”


Conference


Kickoff Speaker: Bruce Dienst, CEO, Simpson


Technologies, Corp. “The American


Foundry Society in 2016”


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FISCONSIN REGIONAL oundry Conference and Exposition February 10-12, 2016 • Potawatomi Hotel & Casino • Milwaukee, WI


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