Publications

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Castings SA covers the technology, processors and materials field for manufacturing and the use of castings. Readers include foundrymen, castings engineers, tool and die makers, component manufacturers and users, automotive suppliers, heat treatment companies, patternmakers and suppliers to the industry, related industry personnel and fraternal associations.

 

Castings SA is the official journal of the South African Institute of Foundrymen an industry run Institute involved in the dissemination of information for, and the promotion of the science and technology of making and using castings.

Castings SA has been an independent source of information for the foundry and diecasting industries since 2000, focusing exclusively on the information needs of metal casters and their suppliers.

Print:

Castings SA is published six times a year in the even months: February, April, June, August, October and December.


Editorial:

Each issue of Castings SA is set out in its sections of Editors Comment, Cover story, Industry News, Foundry Focus, International News and Product Review. The publication does not run on a feature basis.


Online:

Deliver your brand and drive traffic to your website. The Castings SA publication is extended to the web with its own dedicated website (www.castingssa.com) where you will find many more exciting features. These include the latest issue and archives of the publication in both digital and PDF format to download, industry events, international and local exhibitions and links, news, employment opportunities and a showroom giving you details of supplier and foundry activities.


Metalworkingnews-3-covers

Metalworking News is the premier engineering publication dedicated to the task of bringing you significant developments in the methods and practices of metalworking, including cutting, forming, metal removal, tooling, materials, robotics, CAD/CAM, quality assurance, cleaning and finishing, and other plant operations.

Print:

Metalworking News is published six times a year in the odd months: January, March, May, July, September and November.


Editorial:

Each issue of Metalworking News is set out in its sections of Editors Comment, Cover story, Industry News, Shopfront Focus, International News, Better Production and Product Review. The publication does not run on a feature basis.


Online:

Deliver your brand and drive traffic to your website. The Metalworking News publication is extended to the web with its own dedicated website (www.metalworkingnews.info) where you will find many more exciting features. These include the latest issue and archives of the publication in both digital and PDF format to download, industry events, international and local exhibitions and links, news, employment opportunities and a showroom giving you details of supplier and metalworking engineering companies’ activities.