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ADVOCATE. EDUCATE. INNOVATE. EDUCATE


INNOVATE


INTRODUCTION TO METALCASTING


July 17-18 • Schaumburg, Illinois www.afsinc.org/institute


This course introduces the process of metalcasting. It provides a broad picture of what happens in a casting production facility, while illustrating the technology, variables and com- plexity involved in producing a casting. It covers casting design, alloy selection, process selection, design of the gating system, pouring and shakeout meth- ods, cleaning and finishing methods, quality assurance, and key safety and environmental regulations.


For more on upcoming classes, see page 58.


Purchase at www.afsinc.org/insitute.


DESIGN & ENGINEERING FOR TOOLING-LESS SAND AND INVESTMENT CASTINGS USING THE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESS June 5 • Webinar www.afsinc.org/events


This webinar will cover the basics of tooling-less sand and investment casting approaches while using the additive manufacturing process. De- sign and rigging freedom will be cov- ered in detail with some examples of highly complex casting configura- tions. Concluding this webinar will be an informative update on the newly formed AFS Division for Additive Manufacturing for Metal Casting with three technical committees focused tohelp understand, advance and educate the metalcasting industry about 3-D printed technologies.


To join a committee, contact Kimberly Perna at kperna@afsinc.org.


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