Did you know that EWI offers training classes?
Fundamentals of Welding Engineering
This five-day course provides engineers and technicians an overview of the various aspects of welding technology. The course is organized into modules discussing welding processes, welding metallurgy and weldability, welding design and testing (including mechanical testing and NDT), and qualifications and procedure review. Registration is now open for the upcoming class session June 17-21, 2019.
Introduction to Small-Scale Resistance Welding
This one-day course introduces attendees to the small-scale resistance welding process. It provides a solid background on the issues that influence resistance welding of small parts. Typical applications for these types of components are medical devices, pressure transducers, and gas sensors. The course is for those who are new to small-scale resistance welding or need to become more proficient in terminology, equipment, procedure development, and problem troubleshooting.
Laser Welding and Equipment Fundamentals
This one-day course introduces attendees to the laser as a materials processing tool. It provides a solid background on the issues that influence day-to-day laser processing. The course is for those who are new to lasers or need to become more proficient in laser terminology, equipment, procedures development and problem troubleshooting.
Introduction to Friction Stir Welding
This one-day course introduces attendees to the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process and its derivatives; Friction Stir Spot Welding (FSSW) and Friction Stir Processing (FSP). It provides a solid background on the issues that influence the FSW process and reviews current industry applications. The course is for those who are new to the FSW process or need to become more proficient in FSW terminology, equipment, procedures development, and capabilities.
Fundamentals of Sheet Metal Forming
This one-day class covers the basics of sheet metal forming including common sheet metal stamping practices, material formability, lubrication, forming equipment, and tooling. It is specifically geared toward designers, engineers, and managers who have roles and responsibilities in material formability/qualification, tooling design/maintenance, stamping quality check/process control, and purchasing of stamping/equipment/tooling. The class can be combined with the Applications of Sheet Metal Forming class to create a more comprehensive course for participants.
Applications of Sheet Metal Forming
This one-day class introduces industrial applications of sheet metal forming. ranging from the basic (blanking, bending, flanging, and deep drawing) to the more advanced (hot stamping, warm forming, sheet/tube hydroforming, and incremental sheet forming). This session is especially beneficial for designers, engineers, and managers involved in new product development, stamping process engineering, tooling design/maintenance, stamping quality check/process control, and purchasing of stamping/equipment/tooling. It can be combined with the Fundamentals of Sheet Metal Forming class to create a more comprehensive course for participants.
Advanced Sheet Metal Forming Technology Workshop
The EWI Forming Center hosts an annual workshop in October featuring presentations and discussions related to current practice and advancement of sheet metal forming technology. Subject-matter experts from industry, academia, and EWI offer news and updates on breakthroughs in stamping, design, material lightweighting, testing and NDE, servo-press applications, FEA, and workforce development. Participants include OEMs, stampers, material producers, equipment builders, simulation software developers, suppliers, and researchers. The workshop also features a supplier exhibit.
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