The "Theory and Applications of Forging & Die Design" school continues to evolve, reflecting new insights into forging technology and the wide availability of metal-flow simulation software. This four-day will be presented June 11-14 in Cleveland.
The school is taught by a team of industry experts and engineering professors who work together to carefully explain principles and practice. Topics to be covered include: Near-net-shape forging, extending die life, saving material, reducing down-time, reducing scrap, saving money, increasing productiving, minimizing problems, and developing a better understanding of the forging process.
For additional information on the Die Design School, contact George Layne: 216-781-6260, [email protected].