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DMCA Complaints

DMCA Agent: Elliot Fair
Tennessee Chapter of the American Foundry Society
Email: Elliot.Fair@stemco.com

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DMCA Complaints:

DMCA Agent: Elliot Fair
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Email: Elliot.Fair@stemco.com

(effective 1-13-2018)