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METALCASTING SUPPLIES


New Vertical Machining Center Doosan Machine


Tools (Pine Brook, New Jersey) an- nounces the addi- tion of the DNM 4000 to its line of vertical machining centers. T is com- pact VMC was designed for lean cell applications


where space is tight, but productivity and cutting performance are essential. Able to take more aggressive cuts than similarly sized 30 taper drill – tap machines, the DNM 4000 is ideal for machining small parts in tough-to machine materials for a range of industries including medical, aerospace, automotive, job shops, fi rearms and die & mold. Featuring a 12,000 PRM, 25 HP 40 taper spindle with 86 ft- lbs of torque and a standard BIG-PLUS dual-contact interface, the DNM 4000 delivers short cycle times, improved part surface fi nishes and long tool life. Visit http://www.doosanmachinetools.com for more information.


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EXPANSIVE METALCASTING KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE


Portable Tilter Positions Containers PT Series Container Tilters from Presto ECOA (Norton, Massachusetts) tilt containers up to 85 degrees to allow workers to access contents without bending into the con- tainer. As containers tilt up, items, even those at the bottom, end up at a comfortable position for easy retrieval. T ese portable, battery powered container tilters go anywhere they are needed making them ideal for applications that require sharing between multiple users or work cells, or where work- ers need to pick up and return containers to and from staging areas. T ey work with a variety of containers including wire baskets, plastic totes, and gaylords. Visit www.PrestoLifts.com for more information.


Carbon/Sulfur Analysis T e new ELEMENTRAC CS-i was developed by Eltra Elemental Analyzers (Haan, Germany) for accurate and reliable analysis of carbon and sulfur in inorganic materials like steel, cast iron, copper, ore, cement, ceramics, or glass. It uses an induction furnace for sample combustion as well as highly sensitive IR cells to determine C/S concentrations. T e ELEMENTRAC CS-i off ers some new performance features which make the analysis process even more easy and conve-


nient, such as freely selectable confi guration of each IR cell, new vacuum system ensuring higher measurement precision and stability, heated dust trap allowing for improved sulfur detection, optimized catalyst reactor for more accurate carbon detection and new ELE- MENTS software with comprehensive diagnosis and analysis tools. Visit www.eltra.org for more information.


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METALCASTING-ORIENTED PROGRAMS


REAL WORLD LAB ACTIVITIES


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