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Sur/Fin 2011 Slideshow
As another Sur/Fin comes to a close, we take a look back at the highlights.
Rosemont welcomes the NASF and Sur/Fin 2011 attendees!
Welcome to Sur/Fin 2011. Hundreds of exhibits, more than 60 presentations, and lots of networking and entertainment.
Products Finishing Publisher Don Kline presents an X-Box Kinect to Leon Perez of Reaxis, winner of the 'Show Us Your App' contest.
Those who preregistered for the event were glad they did--registration lines were steady throughout the 3-day show and conference.
NASF President Tony Revier welcomes attendees to the opening reception.
Jim Jones introduces Keynote Speaker Harry Moser.
Keynote speaker Harry Moser discusses reshoring initiatives.
The Sur/Fin 2011 Opening Session was attended by a huge audience.
Standing-room-only attendance at the Sur/Fin 2011 Opening Session.
NASF Executive Vice President Christian Richter Introduces Speaker Dr. Kevin Bradley.
Dr. Kevin Bradley, President of the Nickel Institute, discussing European REACH Nickel Coatings and Challenges for Surface Technology.
Dr. Kevin Bradley's keynote session was accompanied by an expert nickel panel lead by Christian Richter. L to R: Hudson Bates, Keith Legg, Steve Gaydos, Shane Arthur, Kevin Bradley
The Sur/Fin 2011 Speakers Appreciation Reception was shared with Fastener Tech attendees, providing for new and unique networking opportunities.
Don Snyder and Kent Dickie at Speakers Appreciation Reception.
Stewart Hemsley, Rob Reid and Steve Burling at Speakers Appreciation Reception.
Dr. Patrick Benaben, 2011 NASF Scientific Achievement Award Winner.
Steve Smith Receives the 2011 Presidential Award from NASF President Tony Revier.
Steve Smith accepts the 2011 Presidential Award for the NASF.
Mike Kelly with Cheryl Clark, Winner of the Award of Special Recognition, and NASF President Tony Revier.
Executive Vice-President Christian Richter Reports on the State of the NASF.
Keynote speaker Ken Mayland of ClearView Economics gives an energized presentation on the state of business and the economy.
National Association for Surface Finishing
Our expert, Art Kushner, says yes, you can color stainless steel, but it is not a process that is typically performed in a plating shop. Read more about his answer.
A primer on this inexpensive and highly efficient process.
This paper deals with the renewed interest in applications for white bronze tri-metal (Cu-Sn-Zn alloy).