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Great Designs in Steel 2006--Call for Abstracts
Wednesday, August 03, 2005
The American Iron and Steel Institute Automotive Applications Committee (AAC) has issued its call for abstracts for the annual Great Designs in Steel Seminar, slated for Wednesday, March 8, 2006, in Livonia, MI. Coming on the heels of the 2005 edition of the seminar, which hosted more than 1300 automotive engineers for the all-day three-track program, the 2006 version promises to be even more successful. The AAC encourages automotive designers and engineers and representatives from Tier One and Two suppliers to submit abstracts that focus on successful case studies illustrating the latest trends in steel usage for vehicles. Submit abstracts—300-500 words--via e-mail to Deanna Lorincz: email@example.com.
Coil Processing Seminar in St. Louis
Tuesday, August 02, 2005
Red Bud Industries Tech Support will host a coil-processing seminar at the Sheraton St. Louis City Center Hotel & Suites in St. Louis, MO, on September 20, 2005. The workshop, directed toward service-center personnel, covers a host of topics including: close-tolerance blanking and multi-blanking; the geometry of shape variations; taking the magic out of metal slitting; and advances in processing equipment.
Featured speakers will include coil-processing experts Eric Theis and Harold Kerns. The seminar will conclude with a tour of toll processor The Material Works and an optional tour of Red Bud Industries.
For more, visit www.redbudindustries.com
or call 800-851-4612.
Buhrke Industries Earns Quality Award from Takata
Monday, August 01, 2005
Inflation System Inc. (ISI), an affiliate of Takata Global Group, has recognized Buhrke Industries, Arlington Heights, IL, with its Quality First Award. The award recognizes Buhrke for its achievement in quality improvement.
Buhrke, a progressive-die stamper, has delivered more than 56 million parts to ISI Takata over the past year while maintaining a performance level of 3 ppm.
For more from Buhrke, visit www.buhrke.com