October 6, 2012 – We are pleased to announce an industrial casting seminar for Virginia State University engineering students, as part of the company’s affiliation with the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM).
The October 7-9 casting seminar is being held at Chromalloy’s newest superalloy foundry in Tampa, Florida, and is designed to introduce students to the techniques associated with the latest casting manufacturing processes.
“As a CCAM Organizing Industry Member, Chromalloy is offering a hands-on and classroom learning seminar for tomorrow’s engineers at our state-of-the-art investment foundry,” said Dr. Mike Beffel, Vice President, Chromalloy Castings. “The seminar exemplifies the CCAM partnership and cooperation between industry and academia.”
“CCAM is a transformational platform that promotes collaboration between private and educational sectors, allowing advanced manufacturing companies like Chromalloy access to cutting-edge research teams at Virginia’s top educational institutions,” said Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. more