No one is bulletproof, and anything can happen to anyone. Here’s how to make sure your business is never left with a fatal, gaping talent hole.
Equipment suppliers point to key considerations for a successful project, whether retrofitting or designing a greenfield operation.
Machine learning in foundries has a lot of promise and opportunity, but current defect classification methods pose a challenge.
In this annual honorary lecture, the author calls for a larger focus on reducing energy rather than CO2 to achieve a wider-scale global benefit.
The Impressive Names Behind the National Awards
Every year, American Foundry Society members nominate worthy candidates for AFS national awards. This month’s column recalls the trailblazing leaders for whom these national awards are named.
Biden Administration Finalizes Buy America Rule Guidance
In August, the Biden administration issued its final guidance for the implementation of Build America, Buy America (BABA) Act provisions that are included in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Multiple Universities: One Common Goal
A common statement from students who attend FEF’s annual College Industry Conference is the observation about “just how well everyone (in the industry) gets along and how friendly everyone is.” So, it’s no surprise that the “getting along” starts early in a person’s career.
AFS, FEF team up on PBS video highlighting modern metalcasting
Television viewers nationwide will soon get a glimpse of the exciting world of metalcasting thanks to a fast-paced video from the American Foundry Society and the Foundry Educational Foundation.