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Upcoming Conferences, Exhibits and Trade Shows

05/12/2020 -

2020

Ceramics Expo - Cleveland, OH  September 22-23, 2020 

Furnaces North America 2020 - Louisville, KY  September 30- October 2, 2020

MS&T 2020 - October 4-8, 2020

Clemson Brick Forum 2020 - Anderson, SC  October 6-7, 2020 

Investment Casting Institute - Anaheim, CA  October 18-21, 2020

Glass Problems Conference - Columbus, OH  October 26-29, 2020

2021

Advanced Ceramics - Daytona Beach, FL  January 2021

Lab Day - Chicago, IL  February 2021

MIM Conference -   March 2021

NCECA - 2021

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2020 Orton International Cone Box Show WInners Announced

01/27/2020 -

2020 Best in Show Award Winner- Kohtz

2020 Best in Show Award Winner- Karen Kohtz

To visit the Cone Box Show Site click here

CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners!

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Local artist's work receives honors York News-Times Juror and renowned ceramics artist Winnie Owens-Hart selected the 42 ... The International Cone Box Show is sponsored by the Orton Ceramic

01/27/2020 -

Orton International ConeBox Winners Announced at www.theconeboxshow.com  

CONGRATULATIONS to all the Winners!

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Orton and The American Ceramic Society explore the possibility of a 2 Year Ceramics program with COTC (Central Ohio Technical College)

02/21/2019 -

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Front row, left to right: ACerS Executive Director Mark Mecklenborg, COTC President John M. Berry, Ph.D., Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation General Manager Mark Lawson. Back row, left to right: ACerS Bulletin Editor Eileen De Guire; ACerS Development Director Marcus J. Fish; COTC Vice President for Workforce Development, Community Affairs, Extended Campuses, and The Gateway Vicki Maple; COTC Vice President for Academic Affairs Lauri White, Ed.D.; COTC Program Director for Engineering Technology Whit Tussing.

For more information click here to visit the American Ceramic Society.

 

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New Case Study on Creep Behavior and Measurement

01/04/2019 -

Understanding creep behavior provides insights for design improvements and quality assurance.

To see the Case Study, Click Here

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