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Michigan Metrology will host a two-day  course on ‘Essentials of Surface Texture and Tribology’ related  to surface roughness, wear, finish and friction October 30-31 in Livonia, Michigan.

“This course is designed for scientists, engineers and technicians working in automotive, aerospace, materials, polymers and other fields,” says Don Cohen, Ph.D., who will be leading the two-day workshop. “We have seen a great desire in recent years for more education in surface metrology and tribology. This class offers material to benefit both relative novices and advanced metrology users to further their understanding of these essential topics.”

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Master Finish in Grand Rapids, Michigan, celebrated its 60th anniversary with festivities at its facilities.

Founded in 1959 by John Mulder, Master Finish began its work tumble finishing parts and added plating operations in the 1960s. Mulder’s son, Dale, took over operations and has been joined by his sons, John and Aaron.

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The CCAI Carolina’s chapter dinner on October 1 will focus on the most common and uncommon powder coating application and material problems.

Presenter Marty Korecky, a marketing specialist for AkzoNobel Coatings, has over 33 years of experience in the powder coating industry and has served in a variety of roles, including powder formulation, technical service management, field sales and marketing. Korecky is a Six Sigma Green Belt and has extensively used Design of Experiments, Ford Motor Team-Oriented Problem Solving and Total Quality Management.

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Join the CCAI Carolinas Chapter for their golf outing at a new location in centrally located Greensboro, North Carolina on September 4.

The outing will be held at Grandover Resort Golf and Spa. There will have a brief discussion prior to golfing about the CCAI Carolinas Chapter and how to become involved.

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