Preparation for Better Sintering

May 14, 2019

Dates
May 14, 2019 to May 17, 2019

Location
TAT Technologies, St Marys, United States

Event website
tat-tech.com/course-1-prep-menu.html


Preparation for Better Sintering

 

TAT Technologies’ sintering courses are held at the company’s training centre in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, USA. The courses are aimed at employees in the PM industry who want to learn more about the necessary fundamentals of the sintering process.

The hands-on training encourages interaction between lecturers and students, and with class sizes typically between 6-10 students there is the opportunity to tailor experiments to student needs.

Covering all aspects of preparation of parts and the furnace before sintering, this course will give attendees a clear understanding of what is needed to ensure parts will be properly and thoroughly delubed, oxide reduced and graphite diffused before proceeding to the sintering section of the furnace.

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