Sponsored by the American Foundry Society and North American Die Casting Association, CastExpo'10 and the 114th Metalcasting Congress will be held March 20-23 at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL. The show known for its breadth of technical sessions at its Metalcasting Congress as well as hundreds of suppliers detailing the latest advancements in metalcasting products will add to this foundation with many new events:
The Cast in North America Pavilion – metalcasters exhibit for the first time to network with buyers and designers and to market their casting abilities in an unprecedented forum; Casting Designer and Buyer Education Tracks – sessions for designers and buyers of metal castings that will educate on topics ranging from the basics of metalcasting to the latest technologies metalcasters use to produce a cast component; Metalcasting Technology Theater – this theater will provide practical presentations for metalcasters and casting buyers on the CastExpo exhibit floor and will complement the annual Metalcasting Congress Sessions; Half-Day Metalcasting Seminars – held in classrooms away from the show floor, keynote speakers will lead special seminars intended to enhance your productivity and profitability; Pre-Expo Workshops – workshops scheduled on the Friday before the show starts, and will feature these presentations: Cost Reduction and Quality Improvement.
A Formula for Success, Prof. John Campbell, Univ. of Birmingham, U.K., and Quality Tools: Abused, Misused and Too Little Used Tools, Ted Schorn, V.P., Strategic Planning & Development, Enkei America, Columbus, IN.
Register today at www.castexpo.com to reserve your spot at the metalcasting industry event of 2010.