EC-410 - Process Control

A one to two-day program devoted to understanding, practicing and implementing control over the combination of mechanical, hydraulic, electrical, thermal, metallurgical and feedback processes that function simultaneously in the die casting process.

Workshop Summary:

The primary purpose of this course is to show the processing engi­neer and operating technician what type of control method is applicable to each of the die casting machine/die/process systems, how to measure the performance of each critical variable, compare actual performance to the desired and to adjust the actual performance to meet the desired. The student will find this 2003 revision of the course more definitive and focused than the previous as the machine systems portion of the previous has been split off as a separate two-day offering.

Materials:

Die Casting Process Control

Corresponding Online Courses: 
Control Theory and Process Capability
Shot Parameters
Other Die Casting Parameters