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Introduction to Metal Stamping Processes Webinar

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Thursday, December 16, 2021
Webinar | 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET

This webinar is designed for product engineers, program managers, quality engineers, purchasing managers, sales engineers and other manufacturing professionals who are not directly involved in the manufacturing process but must specify, purchase, source, manage or communicate with customers about metal stamping processes and their related products.

The webinar will cover the different types stamping presses, including servo presses, how presses work and their limitations. The types of dies used in presses, including progressive, transfer and hybrid processes are also covered. Attendees also will learn about feed systems and coil straightening terminology, including the difference between flattening, straightening and leveling. Also discussed: cutting and punching terminology, bending and forming terminology, and slide forming processes.

Presenter

Peter Ulintz, Technical Director, Precision Metalforming Association
Peter Ulintz worked in the metal stamping and tool and die industries for 37 years prior to joining PMA in 2015 as technical director. His background includes tool and die making, die processing and design, engineering management, and product development. Peter speaks regularly at PMA technical seminars and conferences. He is past president of the North American Deep Drawing Research Group, and authors the Tooling by Design column in MetalForming magazine.

Registration

Members $59
Nonmembers $109

NOTE: Attendees will receive an email from “Webinar Admin” with the login information.

Registrants will receive a link to the presentation recording after the webinar.

To register over the phone, please contact Marianne Sichi at 216-901-8800 ext. 150.

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