National Machinery’s formal training programs are designed to provide your employees with the necessary skill to maintain and operate your specific machines. Following is a brief description of the various operational, mechanical, and tooling seminars.
INTRODUCTION TO COLD FORMING PRINCIPLES
A two day, intensive course for design engineers and others who want to learn the basics of cold forming and design criteria. Subjects range from upsetting and extrusions, to tolerances and materials.
- Rules and techniques for metal forming
- Tooling component design and construction
- Part transfer applications
- Punch and die kick-out
- Part evaluation and shape development
- Interference fits
- Tooling materials
- Metal working lubricants
- Cold formability of various metals
ADVANCED COLD FORMING PRINCIPLES
A two day, hands-on seminar for experienced tool designers. The course teaches techniques by utilizing our own patented QUIKCALC ePlus software. Subjects range from die design principles, load and energy calculations, to die construction.
- The process of cold forming
- Material properties / processing
- Load and Energy calculations
- Transfer techniques
- Die construction
- Die stress
- Design techniques
- Advanced design techniques
- Tooling troubleshooting
Next dates in Italy, Bolzano
“Introduction to Cold Forming Principles” in November 3rd, 4th and 5th 2020
“Advanced Cold Forming Principles” in November 10th 11th and 12th 2020
All rules and regulations will be respected in order to minimize the risk arising from the current COVID 19 pandemic.