Start Date: 1/1/2023 12:35 PM CST
End Date: 1/2/2023 12:35 PM CST
Venue Name: Online Delivery Location:
Technology and Manufacturing Association
For production personnel, apprentices, inspectors, quality engineers, tool and die makers, CNC machinists, mold makers and machinists
Time Commitment: 4 hours
This 11-module course provides an introduction to metallurgy. Students will learn how alloy composition and microscopic structures within metals are manipulated using common manufacturing processes to obtain specific mechanical properties. This knowledge will help students understand the importance of the selection and control of the composition of an alloy and the manufacturing process parameters used during component fabrication. This will help students address decisions and problems related to product and process development, supplier evaluation and selection, quality improvement, and root cause analysis. Problems within the course modules provide examples of real metallurgy problems while testing student knowledge. A quiz follows most of the modules, including:
- Microscopic structures
- Crystal defects
- Microstructure Evaluation
- Tensile Testing
- Hardness Testing
- Metal Strengthening: Cold Working, Grain Size, Reduction, and Solid Solution Hardening Heat Treating
- Metal Strengthening: Precipitation Hardening Heat treatment
- Metal Strengthening: Steel Heat Treating
Dependent on length of subscription. Options range from $70 - $200.
After registering for the online class, TMA staff will contact you with an activation code and further instructions on how to access the class. Please allow up to 48 hours for the course activation code.
CANCELLATION POLICY: All cancellations will be assessed a $25 Cancellation Fee. Companies will be charged IN FULL if cancellations are not received in writing, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or faxed (847-825-0041) by noon 5 business days prior to the start date of the class or workshop. No refunds will be provided after this time. If you do not cancel and do not attend, you are still responsible for payment.