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Save the date: celebration of the 2021 General Assembly of the Tabira Foundry Institute
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
The annual meeting between the Associate Members of the Tabira Foundry Institute will take place...

Along with the collaboration of the Durangaldea Commonwealth, the Basque Government will present in Abadiño (Biscay) the 2021 Aid Plan aimed at SMEs
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
New reshoring and diversification programs, acquisition of equipment for research or...

Nearly 90 companies meet to share strategies for improving the performance of metals in corrosive environments.
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
The meeting is part of the Corrosion Awareness Day 2021 and was proposed by the Tabira Foundry...

Industrial SMEs develop a cycle of meetings to anticipate the impact of the electric car on their business
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
Throughout a working itinerary with experts, the participating SMEs have addressed topics going...

WORTH A VISIT
(in spanish)

IFEX 2015 - 6th Cast India Expo - 63rd Indian Foundry Congress (27feb-1mar)
Celebration of 11th International Exhibition on Foundry Technology, Equipment, Supplies,...

71st World Foundry Congress
The 71st World Foundry Congress will take place between 19th and 21st May 2014 in the city of...

CastExpo13
Organised by the American Foundry Society (AFS),the 2013 CastExpo MetalCasting Congress will held...

70th World Foundry Congress
Information regarding the 70th World Foundry Congress that will take place in Monterrey(Mexico)...

KNOWLEDGE development and interchange

One of the main objectives of the Tabira Foundrymen Institute is the technical development and exchenge of KNOWLEDGE. To support this idea, there is an important data base with articles and technical documentation, with a restricted access available to its members.

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Dec 30 2007 gb

Management and marketing
How metals employers engage in the UK skills agenda E Bonfield
Metskill/SEMTA, UK
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Dec 20 2007 gb

Management and marketing
The South African aluminium foundry industry - An international perspective Dr Tom Paterson, FIMMM, FICME, C.Sci
Striko Westoven GmbH.
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This paper will consider the question ‘can South Africa make it as a global supplier of aluminium castings’. Points shall be raised concerning how important castings are to designers and purchasers of components and a consideration of the foundries of the future. There are a number of key challenges to be overcome by the South African Foundry Industry and the author will discuss how South African foundries investing in new technology can...

Dec 20 2007 gb

Engineering
A new future for gravity moulding M Bakrim, J Vervier, C Vandenhaute, F Ngirabacu and D Vervier.
Atelier de la Mécanique (ALM SA), BE
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Gravity moulding process should be automated for 2 main reasons. Firstly the large series of injected moulded parts are leaving Europe for the Far East countries. The European foundries have to concentrate on smaller series AND keep their production prices as competitive as possible. Secondly manual moulding faces a manpower problem. It is difficult to convince people to have a physical work in such a harsh environment. Original solutio...

Dec 20 2007 gb

Finishing and inspection
New adaptive machining methods for the foundry industry Peter Dickin
Delcam, UK.
67th World Foundry Congress

Computer-based methods for machining and inspection are well established in the foundry industry. More recently, these two technologies have been brought closer together in a new development – adaptive machining. This approach uses a combination of software, such as Delcam’s PowerMILL CAM system and PowerINSPECT software, to give new solutions to a range of challenging manufacturing problems. The programming of most machining operations ...

Dec 20 2007 gb

Mould and coremaking
New innovative solutions for foundries by inorganic concepts Jens Müller* and Reinhard Stötzel*
*ASK GmbH, Hilden
67th World Foundry Congress

In today’s core manufacturing, the high-performance cold box systems are very well established. However, they are confronted with increasing demands regarding lower smell and reduced emissions, especially in aluminium die casting. ASK develops a solution to these problems with INOTEC, a new inorganic binder system which is based on consequent and detailed investigations of inorganic principles. Even in demanding brass casting, a serial p...

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