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ADVOCATE. EDUCATE. INNOVATE. EDUCATE


INNOVATE


IMPLEMENTING MANUFACTURING PROCESS AUTOMATION IN METALCASTING www.afsinc.org/estore


This book discusses automation in- novations and the analysis of batch manufacturing and quantitative analysis of foundry system confi gu- ration. It is intended for foundry man- agers, practicing manufacturing and automation engineers, scientists, and other personnel with knowledge or interest in foundry automation at manufacturing systems level.


CASTING COST ESTIMATING September 13-14 • AFS Headquarters


• Schaumburg, Illionis


This course examines the various cost components and methods used to arrive at an accurate es- timate of the casting production costs. It also provides information on common traps in casting esti- mates and measures that can be used to avoid them.


AFS STUDYING ALUMINUM FILLING CONDITIONS


AFS has funded a research project to quantify the relationships of various fi lling conditions on casting quality in aluminum castings.


Problem: Computer fi lling simu- lation provides only an indirect indication of the potential oxide damage and predicting the fi lling damage caused by oxides remains largely based on theory, experience and speculation.


Research: This research will create a combination of fi lling conditions within a test casting poured by dif- ferent gating systems, and obtain the quality of those castings, so that actual casting damage can be compared with the predicted fi lling results.


To join a committee, contact Laura Kasch, lkasch@afsinc.org.


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