Justin Chamberlin Joins Stainless Foundry & Engineering as Technical Director

Addition of Technical Director will Support Expansion in Foundry Capabilities

Justin Chamberlin, Technical Director

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – November 19, 2020 – Stainless Foundry & Engineering today announced that Justin Chamberlin has joined the company as Technical Director. In this role, Chamberlin will oversee melting operations, process control, metallurgy, and the metallurgical lab. His main responsibility will be to continuously drive and improve quality in the organization.

“We are committed to meeting the diverse needs of our customer base, which includes improving our ability to pour difficult alloys, achieve tighter specifications, and increase production volume,” said Jim Stachowiak, CEO of Stainless Foundry & Engineering. “The addition of Justin will allow us to consistently produce top quality products for our customers while at the same time expanding our capabilities.”

Chamberlin has more than 10 years of engineering experience with a heavy concentration in foundries. Most recently, he served as a sales engineer for LECO Corporation in St. Joseph, Michigan, where he was responsible for customer advocacy in business development as well as installation, training, method development, and troubleshooting for newly purchased and existing metallurgical, optical, and chemical analysis equipment. Chamberlin previously led the metallurgical staff at Spuncast in Watertown, Wisconsin, where he was responsible for research and development, evaluation and testing, reporting, and writing and reviewing work instructions, among other duties.

Chamberlin holds a bachelor’s degree in materials science and engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

About Stainless Foundry & Engineering

Stainless Foundry & Engineering is a manufacturing industry leader in sand & investment castings possessing in house machining, heat treatment, non-destructive testing, and various certifications. Pouring over 250 alloys, we primarily work for top sectors in the military, food and dairy, petrochemical, nuclear, power generation, oil & gas, and various pump and valve avenues. With annual shipments of nearly 4 million pounds of castings produced in weights ranging from grams to 7,000 pounds, SF&E has the technical competence and manufacturing expertise to satisfy the requirements of highly complex casting projects.


For more information, visit www.stainlessfoundry.com

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