Welcome to the March 2016 Foundry Trade Journal enewsletter. Remember this is just a SNAPSHOT of what the printed version contains so if you aren’t already doing so, sign up now for a full subscription so you don’t miss the vast amount of information published in Foundry Trade Journal each month.
This month’s printed issue includes features on:
- Energy Efficiency
- Mould and Coremaking
- Art Castings
In addition there is a technical paper entitled: ‘Non-standard tests for process control in chemically bonded sands’, an update on the latest international standards, details of all the metal casting-related updoming events, plus all the usual company, people, product, environmental and health and safety news plus careers and training advice.
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‘Everything from one single source’ is the philosophy of the brass and bronze foundry Josef F Filthaut, at Iserlohn, Germany, which has over 90 years’ experience in the process of sand casting and lost wax technique and produces high quality castings made of light and heavy metals.
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