“Past, Present and Future of Sand Reclamation”
Our speaker will be Glen Greta. Some of you may remember Glen from a few years ago when he spoke on “Past, Present and Future of Sand Reclamation.” This year we are very happy to have Glen join us again and give an update on Reclamation along with some history of our industry and the impact that no-bake cores and molds has had on our recent past.
For those of you who don’t remember Glen, Glen has been in the foundry industry since 1961. He has performed every job from core and mold maker to cupola and electric furnace tending to grinding and engineer. Glen has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a Minor in Metallurgy. He has served with the Army Corps of Engineers and trained as a combat engineer. Glen also has extensive experience in insulating products and coatings and has been a CMI instructor.
The Makoy Center
5462 Center St.
Hillard, OH. 43026
Thursday April 18, 2019
Sign in starts at 6:00 PM and dinner at 6:30
To advance, through Research and Education, the Arts and Sciences relating to the Manufacture and Utilization of Metal Castings
The American Foundry Society (AFS) was founded in 1896
to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the metalcasting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society.
Since then the AFS has grown into an international organization with over 10,000
with members in 47 countries and today there are 52 local chapters and 33 student chapters affiliated with the AFS in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Membership in the AFS is open to anyone interested to support and promote the foundry industry and includes membership in the chapter closest to your residence. By joining the AFS you automatically become eligible for all the benefits and advantages our Society has to offer including educational opportunities and the fellowship and networking offered by your local chapter. There are seven classes of membership to choose from: