Two metalcasters sought to make a replica of the historic Saugus Pot—a symbol of colonial self-sufficiency and American rebellion.
An AFS Green Sand Division survey revealed foundries are handling new sand additions differently from what has historically been standard. Here, one foundry shows why and how it eliminated new sand additions altogether.
Foundries can extend the news cycle on their next achievement to build awareness and increase sales.
The new final rule does not impose new emissions limits and is testament that iron and steel foundries have implemented effective control measures to minimize risks to human health and the environment.
Metalcasting Career Path to Academia
FEF schools are not only educating future industry personnel; future educators are also being trained at those FEF schools. Joe Licavolia is one such educator track example. But his journey is not one of a straight line.
Questions to Consider for 2021
As champagne corks pop for New Year’s toasts in a few weeks, wishes for a safer, healthier and less chaotic year in 2021 will be a common theme. How different 2020 has been than any of us anticipated.