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NASF Sur/Fin Abstracts Due Jan. 12

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Sur/Fin Technology Advisory Committee is seeking abstracts from experts around the world to give exclusive, informative non-commercial focused presentations on the latest surface engineering and finishing technologies available today or what is on the horizon for tomorrow.

The National Association for Surface Finishers (NASF) are accepting technical paper and presentation abstracts for Sur/Fin 2018 until January 12.

The event takes place June 4-6, at Cleveland’s Huntington Convention Center.

The Sur/Fin Technology Advisory Committee is seeking abstracts from experts around the world to give exclusive, informative non-commercial focused presentations on the latest surface engineering and finishing technologies available today or what is on the horizon for tomorrow.

“Finishing professionals of all specialties turn to Sur/Fin to solve their product, process and business challenges,” says Brad Durkin, Chairman of the NASF Technology Advisory Committee. “As such, we’re calling on thought leaders in the finishing industry to share their expertise and knowledge base to help the current and next generation of industrial finishers improve, compete and succeed.”

To submit an abstract, visit nasfsurfin.com.

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