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Employee Appreciation Cookout

The Spuncast executive group cooked and served a delicious steak meal at a companywide employee appreciation cookout. Following the close of our fiscal year, Spuncast President Don Payne shared his gratitude for everyone’s contributions over the last year and his positive outlook for FY15 with a continued strong team effort. A big thank you to.. read more →

Spuncast provides Advanced Steel Casting Alloy for the Navy

ELECTRONIC CASTING DESIGN TOOLS Steel Founders Society of America is developing web-based casting design studies (www.sfsa.org/tutorials) for DoD, OEM’s and academia. One of the tutorials describes the application of advanced steel casting alloy technology for Navy submarines to increase fleet readiness and provide more responsive, reliable combat power to support expeditionary and contingency operations at.. read more →

Cost Benefits of Centrifugally Cast 316L Stainless Steel in Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator

Application Assessment at Thomas Jefferson National Laboratory (JLAB) in Newport News, Virginia, USA.by Alan Holtz, VP – Sales & Engineering, Spuncast Presented December 2011 ABSTRACT In mid-2007, Spuncast, Inc. was contacted by the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF), Newport News, Virginia, USA to participate in a cost-reduction effort specific to the C100 Helium Vessels... read more →

Spuncast VP presents Paper at Stainless Steel World

Alan Holtz, Spuncast VP, presents Paper on Cost Benefits of Centrifugally Cast 316L SS in CEBAF On November 30, 2011, Alan Holtz, Vice President-Sales & Engineering at Spuncast, Inc., presented a paper at the Stainless Steel World Conference & Expo in Maastricht, Netherlands. The paper is the culmination of a joint project between Spuncast and.. read more →

Watertown High School’s SkillsUSA

Spuncast Offers Continuing Support to Watertown High School’s SkillsUSA Program In October 2011, Don Payne showed Spuncast’s continued support of local high school technical programs with a donation of $1000 to theSkillsUSA program at Watertown High School. Don stated his firm belief that US manufacturers must do everything they can to help young people to enter.. read more →