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A PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN FOUNDRY SOCIETY P. 24 P. 37


SEPTEMBER 2016 VOLUME 106 | NUMBER 9


COLUMNS 8 Editorial


Ownership in Innovation S. WETZEL


16 Washington Alert White House Issues New Greenhouse Gas Guidance for Federal Agencies S. SALMON, J. HANNAPEL AND C. RICHTER


P. 18 41 By The Law


Cyber Security and Your Metalcasting Facility D. RESSER


42 Novel Solutions Transforming Energy Into Profit B. SANDALOW


18 Saguenay Foundry Protects Its Future


Saguenay Foundry’s innovative and envelope-pushing philosophy has led to a thriving business with a clear path to the company’s next phase. S. WETZEL


24 Outstanding Quality Using Team Management Developing a quality program in your metalcasting facility takes a concerted plan and cooperation from all levels of your company. S. JOYCE


28 Tool Design Meets Challenges


When a part’s design is already locked in but proving difficult to produce, the solutions must be found in creative tooling and casting process procedures. A MODERN CASTING STAFF REPORT


32 Several No-Lead Copper Alloy Options for Water Components Metalcasters have a variety of no-lead copper alloys to choose from to make cast components for potable water systems, and each alloy requires specific practices when converting from leaded alloys. AFS DIVISION 3, M. ANDERSON, M. BUYARSKI AND G. SVOBODA


37 Casting Process Modeling Rundown


This roundup provides a review of updates to flow modeling software that’s available to metalcasters. A MODERN CASTING STAFF REPORT


moderncasting.com Cover Design: Mike Berrafato


September 2016 MODERN CASTING | 5 DEPARTMENTS


3 From Online 9 Industry News


17 In a World Without Castings


46 AFS News 50 Metal Supplies 51 Classifieds 55 Advertisers Index 56 Shakeout


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