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ICI Member Benefits Technical Committee Announces New Program T


he Investment Casting Institute has always recognized the need for developing future talent for


our industry, and internships are clearly one avenue in which the Institute can help. Since 2010 the ICI has recognized the industry’s top Interns through its scholarship program. Now it’s time to do something more.


The ICI Technical Committee is proud to announce its new Intern Sponsorship Program, designed to share the cost


of an intern with a Member company. To qualify, Member applicants must propose a meaningful project, within the student’s major, that has the potential to benefit the industry. The internship must be at a competitive wage, have stated objectives and outcome for the students, and must be 10-14 consecutive weeks in duration.


Additionally, the selected


intern must have a GPA of 2.75 or better on a 4.0 scale and be willing to present the findings of the internship at the next Technical Conference.


NEW MEMBERS Institute Welcomes New Members


ART & SCULPTURE UNLIMITED 7301 NW 41st Street Miami, FL, 33166 USA Phone: 305-887-6107 www.asubronze.com Official representative is Esmerlin Candelo, manager. Art & Sculpture Unlimited is the only bronze foundry


in Miami that specializes in both ceramic shell (lost wax) and sand casting. It is owned and operated by sculptor Lazaro Valdes and his family.


BILLSON STAINLESS PVT. LTD. 404 Gill Road, Miller Ganj Ludhiana, Punjab, 141003 INDIA Phone: 91/735-5499999 www.billsonstainless.com Official representative is Vikramjit Singh, Director. Manufacturer of Investment Castings, alloys ranging


from Low Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Duplex Stainless Steel and Nickel Base Alloys, from weight range 10 gm to 100 kg. They have a team of 20 engineers who are specialized in CAD/CAE, simulation, reverse engineering and rigorous quality checks. They have an in-house tool room for development of tooling and gauges which allows them to offer a very quick turn around and a shorter delivery time, besides protection of IPR. They offer ready to fit final machined components to the requirements of the drawings utilizing a fleet of more than 40 CNC, VMC, VTL and horizontal machining centers.


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JING YUH METAL INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. No.21, Wenhua Rd. Hukou Township Hsinchu County 30352 TAIWAN Phone: +886-3-598-3121 www.jingyuh.com.tw/ch/index.php Official representative is Ms. Miko Yang. Alternate


representative is Mr. Ryan Zhang. Jing Yuh Metal Industrial Co., Ltd. was founded on


July 4, 1984. JYMI is a specialist in Lost-Wax Casting not only for hardware but also for Impeller related, Pneumatic related, vehicle related and various machinery parts. JYMI is ISO 9001 certified and has much experience in dimension and material control.


VJ TECHNOLOGIES 9 Carlough Road Bohemia, NY 11716 USA Phone: 631-589-8800 www.vjt.com Official representative is Michael Keeley, Marketing Alternate representative is Rahul Alreja,


Manager.


Director of Global Sales & Manufacturing. VJ Technologies engineers, designs and manufactures world-class imaging software and hardware products, solutions and services for industry, academy and government. Founded in 1987, VJ Technologies is a leading global provider of x-ray inspection solutions with locations in the US, UK, France, India and China. Visit http://www.vjt.com or call 631-589-8800.


This year, the ICI has budgeted $5,000 to share the cost of an intern with one of our Members. If you have a meaningful internship in mind, and would like to submit an application, please contact the ICI for an application at info@investmentcasting.org or call 520-245-0945.


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