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INDUSTRY NEWS


UW-Platteville Conducts Pumpkin Pour Te University of Wisconsin-Plat-


teville conducted its annual Pumpkin Pour on October 21. Alumni, students and professors were in attendance. Te Foundry Educational Founda-


tion (FEF) was also involved with the Key professor endowment, which is currently at $1.8 million and has a


target to reach $2 million. Te endowment will ensure that


the education of current and future students at UW-Platteville can in- clude a metalcasting curriculum. UW-Platteville professor Kyle Metzloff instructs industrial studies at the university.


UW-Platteville’s annual Pumpkin Pour was held October 21 and students, alumni and professors were in attendance for the event.


Diecasting Training Center Announced in Virginia


Blue Ridge Community College


(Weyers Cave, Virginia) announced earlier this year a traning facility for advanced diecasting and molding. It is intended to get workers ready for GF Linamar’s manufacturing facility in Mills River, North Carolina, and also positions in other facilities. According to a news release, the


Southeastern Advanced Molding Technology Education Center will be the only holistic, high-pressure diecasting and mold training center east of Illinois.


Te center is expected to open in


January 2017. A report from the Hendersonville Lightning said the school received a grant of $550,000 for the purchase of equipment to support the facility. GF Linamar, Buhler and ABB are also donating equipment for the training center.


Te GF Linamar facility will


produce light-weight aluminum and magnesium parts.


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