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.
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.
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 seminars are two-day courses addressing the needs of Engineers who want to learn the "basics" of cold forming or, for those with more experience, a more intensive presentation offering hands-on applications and tooling techniques.
The fees for the Tooling Design Seminars are as listed above per person, not including travel or living expenses.
For information regarding scheduled classes, class fees, or enrollment details please call (419) 443-2272.