Webinar: Performance-Based Die Engineering StrategiesOctober 1, 2008
On December 9, 2008, at 2 p.m. EST, PMA and renowned tooling expert Peter Ulintz, author of the Tooling by Design column in MetalForming magazine, offer a webinar titled, Performance-Based Die Engineering Strategies. Describing the purpose and scope of the webinar, Ulintz states:
“Nearly all tool and die standards are function-based design specifications. Design requirements for function-based die processes only consider operational function of the die. These types of designs often are responsible for inconsistent and undesirable results in the pressroom and in the die shop. The natural deficiencies of function-based die designs are greatly magnified when applied to advanced high-strength-steel stampings.
“Today, there is a growing need to replace function-based design methods with proven die-engineering strategies based on die performance,” Ulintz continues. “Performance-based strategies ensure robust tooling processes, economical stamping methods and adequate control of the forming process.”
This revolutionary approach to die design and construction will be presented through the webinar.
Note—all subscribers to our new monthly e-mail newsletter, Tool & Die Authority, can attend Pete Ulintz’s webinar for just $25, a 75 percent discount. Sign up to receive Tool & Die Authority at www.metalformingmagazine.com/toolanddie and receive your discounted webinar registration.
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