Complimentary NADCA Webinar Series
This webinar series is designed to inform the OEM about the benefits and capabilities of structural diecastings and their applications. This new and growing segment of the high pressure die casting industry provides die cast components for critical applications since they are high in ductility, and are also weldable and heat treatable due to extremely low porosity levels. Steve Udvardy, North American Die Casting Association - http://www.diecasting.org - Director of Research, Education & Technology will be presenting a three part webinar series.
(Illustration of the typical die casting machine and consumables provided by the Hill and Grifftih Company.)Part 1 - Alloys and Properties
This webinar describes the most popular aluminum alloys that are utilized in structural die castings. Property comparisons in various heat treat conditions are presented.
Part 2 - The Structural Die Casting Process and its Capabilities
December 7, 2016 10AM CDT
This webinar describes the casting processing requirements for structural die castings and the technologies utilized to maximize internal soundness.
Part 3 - Markets and Example Application
December 12, 2016 10AM CDT
This webinar presents several current applications to provide examples of the how and where structural die castings are being utilized. It also provides a good understanding of the thin wall and geometric configurations that are made possible with structural die casting.
This series is FREE to join! These 60-minute presentations will not only address important information on the topic but also provide adequate time for questions, answers, and discussion.
Can't join the webinar during the scheduled time? That's ok! Just sign up and you will receive a copy of the webinar to download once it's complete!
If you are not interested in attending this webinar series but know someone who might benefit from it, please pass this information along to them.
To register visit: http://www.diecastingdesign.org/webinar.
This webinar series is sponsored by:
Chicago White Metal Casting,Inc - http://www.cwmdiecast.com/
Simalex Custom Pressure Die Casting - http://www.simalex.com
L.K. Machinery Inc – http://lkadvantage.com/
MAGMA Foundry Technologies Inc - http://www.magmasoft.com/
StrikoWestofen America - http://www.Strikodynarad.com
RAYTEQ LLC - http://www.rayteq.com/
About NADCA: Headquartered in Arlington Height, IL, NADCA acts as the voice of the die casting industry, representing more than 3,000 individual and 300 corporate members in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. NADCA is committed to promoting industry awareness, domestic growth in the global marketplace and member exposure.
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