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• “Improving Casting Quality Trough Sand, Metallurgy,” A MODERN CASTING Staff Report


• “Metalcasting Congress Postshow Re- port,” A Modern Casting Staff Report


• “Sparking Change? Advances in Di- rect Metal Printing,” N. Leider


• “Record Exhibit Space Booked at Met- allurgy Trade Fairs in Düsseldorf,” A MODERN CASTING Staff Report


June 2015


• Editorial: “Engagement & Reten- tion,” A.T. Spada


• “Metalcaster of the Year: Eagle Alloy’s Sustainable Solutions,” N. Leider


• “Key Policies for the Metalcasting Industry,” A MODERN CASTING Staff Report


• “Restoring the U.S. Capitol Dome,” S. Wetzel


• “Achieving Lightweight, Wear Resis- tant Steels Trough Nitriding,” L. Bartlett and S. Serino


July 2015


• Editorial: “GIFA’s Metalcasting Play- ground,” A.T. Spada


• “Aarrowcast’s Sophisticated Strategy,” S. Wetzel


• “Common Questions, Expert An- swers,” N. Leider


• “Synthetic Solution for Molds and Cores?” S. Giese and R. Ferreira


• “GIFA Spotlights the Future of In- dustry,” S. Wetzel


August 2015


• Editorial: “Finding Solutions,” A.T. Spada


• “Optimizing Melting Expansion at ME Elecmetal,” P. Henriksen and T. Needham


• “Tonkawa the Tough,” H. Ronson


• “Aluminum Degassing: Methods & Measurements,” A MODERN CASTING Staff Report


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