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Metal Casting Technologies : March 2005
34 METAL Casting Technologies March 2005 CASTEXPO '05 16-19 April 2005 America's Center - St. Louis, USA This is the first joint exhibition of the American Foundry Society (AFS) and the North American Die Casting Association (NADCA). AFS and NADCA have joined forces to create the single largest metal casting exposition in North America. Independently the shows have drawn thousands of attendees, combined for the first time in 2005 they are confident that they will draw the audience an international audience of metal casters. W: www.castexpo.com NEWCAST FORUM 21-22 April 2005 Congress Center, Innsbruk, Austria The 2nd NEWCAST Forum will be held in conjunction with the international foundry trade fair of the German, Austrian, and Swiss Foundrymen Organisations. Organisers are the Foundrymen Organisations in conjunction with Messe Düsseldorf. The topic areas at the forum range from current material and production technology solutions for the casting of complex structural components, to the materials and process competition for cast parts made of iron, aluminium and magnesium alloys, down to load-appropriate component design using innovative bio design methods, as well as virtual product and process design. E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.newcast.de INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FROM RAW MATERIALS TO FINAL PRODUCTS FOR GROWTH IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY 16-19 May 2005 Sheraton Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam Experts and specialists from all over the world will be able to exchange information, ideas, views and experience in the development of technologies & strategies for growth and competitiveness for the steel industry. T: +603 5519 1102 F: +603 5519 1159 E: email@example.com W: www.seaisi.org MOULD & DIE ASIA 2005 9-12 June 2005 Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, China This unique event focusing on the Asian mould-making industry will offer a technology exchange forum by sourcing the industries latest machinery and technologies from around the world. By gathering moulds and dies and related machinery of high quality, it aims at facilitating the manufacturing standards and enhancing the industrial development in Hong Kong and Asia. T: +85228652633F:+85228661770 E: firstname.lastname@example.org LIGHT METALS 2005 21-24 August 2005 Calgary, Alberta - Canada This symposium will provide a forum for representatives from the light metals industries, researchers for academia and spe- cialists from research and development laboratories to gath- er, present papers and network. Sessions will cover Reduction technologies, Carbon technologies, Alloys development, Casting and solidification, Properties and appli- cations, Hot working, Corrosion, Magnesium, Metal matrix composites, Recycling and the environment. C: Jean-Pierre Martin T: + 1 418 545-5544 F: + 1 418 545-5543 E: email@example.com 9TH ALUMINIUM CASTHOUSE TECHNOLOGY AUSTRALASIAN CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION 11 - 15 September 2005 Sheraton Hotel & Towers - Brisbane Australia With the support of major aluminium companies in Australia and overseas, the CRC for Cast Metals Manufacturing (CAST) is organising the Aluminium Cast House Technology, 9th Australasian Conference & Exhibition. Invited world recognised experts will be key speakers at the conference. Following the success of the previous seven conferences, this conference will address the needs of the primary, secondary, foundry and recycling industries. C:John Grandfield T/F: +61 3 9662 7832 E: firstname.lastname@example.org THE 9TH ASIAN FOUNDRY CONGRESS- ASIAN FOUNDRY-TRADITION, ADVANCE & INTEGRATION 15-18 October 2005 Sofitel Plaza Hanoi, Vietnam The 9th Asian Foundry Congress follows up the 8th AFC, it is held bi-annually. Its program concerns with the latest technological, material and equipment developments in foundry. The aim of the congress is to make an international arena for foundry scientists and specialists to exchange urgent practical and technological issues of foundry in the 21st century. E: email@example.com, T: 84-4. 5144056 F: 844. 8360705 W: www.vietnamfometa.com.vn/afc9.htm 36TH AUSTRALIAN FOUNDRY INSTITUTE NATIONAL CONFERENCE -- MOLTEN ENGINEERING 23-26 October 2005 Panthers World of Entertainment, Penrith NSW - Australia Three days of technical sessions promise to bring together many of the industry's leading experts, with a wide range of topics and discussion forums covering many of the problems facing the industry today. The Institute of Refractory Engineers will be attending the conference to hold lectures for one day. A high calibre trade exhibition and superb social and partners program will compliment the conference being held close to two of Sydney's spectacular natural features, the heritage listed Blue Mountains and one of the great rivers of eastern Australia, the Nepean River. The organising committee urges all delegates to experience the world-class entertainment, fabulous outdoor recreation facilities, exciting museums and theatre restaurants the area has to offer. E: firstname.lastname@example.org. W: www.afinsw.asn.au FORTHCOMING EVENTS