From the June 1, 2016 NADCA eNews
NADCA has revamped its PQ2 Course and is coming to Charlotte, NC! As you know, die casting is both a thermal and mechanical process. To successfully produce die castings both processes must be accounted for and related to each other.
This course will provide the die caster with an understanding of how to calculate metal flow and solidification; along with how to select the optimal machine size for the casting. In 2015 Professor Al Miller developed the new gating equation to calculate the maximum flow time for molten metal. This course will teach the new gating equation and how to utilize it in the PQ2 method.
When and Where: Hyatt Place Charlotte Airport/Tyvola Road
Date: June 7, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM EDT
Address: 2950 Oak Lake Boulevard
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 28208
Hotel Rate: $149 per night
Who: Professor Al Miller will be presenting this seminar. Allen Miller received the B.M.E. degree from Union College, the S.M. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Ph.D. degree in Control and Systems Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. He has been with Ohio State since 1971, currently holding the rank of Professor Emeritus of Industrial and Systems Engineering. His research is in the areas of design for manufacture, die casting part and die design, and design environments for part and die/mold design including CAD/CAM/CAE integration.
Cost*: NADCA Members: $199
*Please contact us for reduced pricing if you are sending more than one person from your company.
This seminar will also be hosted in Cleveland, Ohio, the Chicagoland area and the Los Angeles area. More information about these locations coming soon!
Are you a NADCA Corporate Member and want to hold this seminar at your facility? Corporate Members can host this seminar for just $1000. If you have any questions or to schedule a seminar contact Melisa Ryzner at 847.808.3161 or email@example.com.
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