Ceratizit to share knowledge of cemented carbides

February 23, 2021

Presentations will cover a wide range of topics relating to cemented carbides production (Courtesy Ceratizit Group)

The Hard Material Solutions division of the Ceratizit Group, headquartered in Mamer, Luxembourg, will host a free English-language online seminar from March 15–19, 2021, with presentations covering a wide range of topics relating to cemented carbides. The seminars seek to provide participants with a professional edge by filling any knowledge gaps, from the basics of cemented carbide production to expert takes, facilitated by Q&A sessions after each presentation.

This seminar will provide up-to-date information on industry trends, insider perspective on applications and the advantages of cemented carbide as compared with other hard materials in the fields of tool manufacturing, metal forming and many other industrial sectors.

The following presentations are scheduled:

  • Carbide Basics
  • Focus: Tool & Die Industry
  • Focus: Metal Forming
  • Focus: Carbide for High Performance Cutting Tools
  • Carbide Experts I: Joining Technologies
  • Carbide Experts II: Machining
  • Latest Trends in Cemented Carbide

Those interested may book single seminars, although Ceratizit would recommend participation in the range for the greatest benefit. Along with live viewing, registrants can also watch recordings on demand at a later time.

Further information and registration is available here.

www.ceratizit.com

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