This logo coincided with the merger of the American Foundrymen's Society and the American Cast Metals Association.
What does ACMA stand for?
ACMA stands for American Cast Metals Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He is a lifetime member of the American Foundrymens Society, a senior member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, a member of the American Cast Metals Association and Steel Founders Association.
A longtime member of the American Foundry Society (AFS), Wells served as a director for the American Cast Metals Association in the class of 1989.
This has fit in well with the long-range plans of the New" AFS, which, through the merger with the American Cast Metals Association earlier this year, has added to and will continue to develop all of these services.
The new AFS logo was developed in late 1990 and was introduced in January 1991, coinciding with the merger of the American Found men's Society and the American Cast Metals Association.
During this past year, for example, the North American foundry industry demonstrated its leadership when it agreed to unite the programs and services of the AFS and American Cast Metals Association.
Foundries were generating about 400 million tons of waste each year, according to Walter Kiplinger, vice president of government affairs for the American Cast Metals Association (now the American Foundrymen's Society).
Aldred is vice chairman of the AFS solid waste committee, chairman of the American Cast Metals Association environment committee and an environmental engineer for Intermet Foundries.