National Course and Webinar Schedule

 
NADCA offers a variety of options to address all of your educational needs.  Some of NADCA’s most popular education option are Webinars. 

Webinars are live web broadcasts presented weekly.  Attending a webinar is an excellent way to obtain vital information without the hassle or cost of travel.  Topics for webinars include, but are not limited to Safety, Results of Surveys and Studies, Various Processes, Economic Industry Data, NADCA R&D Research Results and New Technologies. A webinar presentation will not only address important information on the topic but also provide adequate time for questions, answers and discussion.

Below you will find a schedule of  National Courses and Upcoming Webinars.  

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  • December 1 2020
    Understanding Mechanical Property Variations in Die Castings 12/01/2020 Some of the most frequently asked questions are Why do properties vary within a casting? and Why are the properties in casting different than published data for separately cast test bars? In this course NADCA's President, Steve Udvardy will address these questions as well as the impact of alloy chemistry and solidification rate on mechanical properties. Add to Calendar
  • December 7 2020
    Overview of Additive Manufacturing 12/07/2020 Part 1 of the 2-part series will introduces the additive manufacturing process, describe the four additive manufacturing processes used for the fabrication of metallic components, and describe web locations where information can be found on the equipment used to produce 3D printed inserts, and the production of AM components from a range of alloys. Add to Calendar
  • December 8 2020
    Applications of Additive Manufacturing in Die Casting 12/08/2020 Part 2 of the 2-part series will provide practical examples of the benefits of fabricating die inserts by additive manufacturing. In addition, the results of recent research efforts will be presented, including information such as the effect of powder size on the performance of 3D printed inserts, and the effect of conformal cooling lines on cooling efficiency. Add to Calendar

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