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The Aerospace Finishing World According To J.C. Hall
Seattle finisher educates aerospace execs on issues they face, whether they like to hear it or not.
Columns Published: 6/1/2013
A Conversation With ... Beth Gotthelf
Attorney Beth Gotthelf is general counsel to the Michigan Association of Metal Finishers, a position that quickly made her an expert on environmental law and finishing issues.
Columns Published: 5/1/2013
A Conversation with … LaVaughn Daniel
When she’s not racing motorcycles or perilously climbing the sides of steep mountains for fun and excitement, LaVaughn Daniels is the environmental and safety manager for Danco Metal Surfacing in Arcadia, Calif., as well as president of the Metal Fi...
Columns Published: 2/1/2013
A Conversation With ... Tim Pyznarski
Growing up in Chicago, Tim Pyznarski made a name for himself as a star high school baseball player, getting drafted by the Oakland As in 1981 and being named The Sporting News minor league player of the year and the Pacific Coast League MVP in 1986....
Columns Published: 1/1/2013
The Reluctant Hero
Plater John Cutchin of Palmetto Plating in Easley, S.C., steps up to help, steps out of limelight with college scholarships to the best of the best in the community in the area of science
Columns Published: 1/1/2013
A Conversation With ... Steve Smith
The SUR/FIN shows in Chicago and Las Vegas the past two years have received good reviews from attendees and exhibitors. The man who led the NASF committee organizing SUR/FIN was Steve Smith, the vice president of sales and marketing for Process Tech...
Columns Published: 11/1/2012
The Coatings Rework Nightmare
How company mindset in a quandary can make or break a finishing operation.
Columns Published: 10/1/2012
A Conversation With ... Jerry Wahlin
Jerry Wahlin received the NASF Silvio Taormina Award, an honor given to an individual who has performed outstanding service to the finishing industry.
Columns Published: 9/1/2012
A Fight for the Future of Finishing Shops
The driving force of changes is often a generational battle, too.
Columns Published: 7/1/2012
EPA vs. NASF: The Continental Divide
EPA official attends NASF Washington Forum to speak on chromium rule and flawed data.
Columns Published: 6/1/2012

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