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Metal Cutting Technology

2019-01-22 - 2019-03-15

Starts: 2019-01-22 00:00
Ends: 2019-03-15 00:00

​​​​​​​​​​This training will provide you ​with insights and understandings in the metal cutting process and knowledge in how to apply the tools. The course will go over how cutting data is calculated and which formulas should be used.

EventLocationDateRegistration
Metal Cutting
Technology​

 Sandvik Coromant Center
 - Fair Lawn, NJ
​​  January 22 - 25
​  ​REGISTER​
Metal Cutting Technology
Mazak - Gardena, CA
​Februrary  19 - 21
  REGISTER
Metal Cutting Technology​
Sandvik Coromant Center
 - Schaumburg, IL 
  March 12 - 15



 

Having the right tooling strategy has a huge impact on machining time and profitability.  To develop the best strategy requires proper training in basic metal cutting principles.  Our Metal Cutting Technology course builds a foundation in basic metal cutting theory and teaches participants how to apply it properly.  Topics include: Turning, Milling, Drilling, Parting and Grooving, Boring and Tool Holding.  Come to this training and leave with the ability to overcome critical process challenges and develop more efficient and profitable operations.

  • Insert Manufacturing – Understanding how they are made to understand how they work

  • Tool wear patterns and how to use them to corrective actions

  • Tool maintenance: productivity and cost savings

  • Turning theory – How to apply tools and techniques to achieve best results

  • CoroKey – Tool codes and tool selections process

  • Milling Theory – How to apply tools and techniques to achieve best results

  • Drilling Theory – How to apply tools and techniques to achieve best results

  • Parting and Grooving – How to apply tools and techniques to achieve best results

  • Boring – Solving problems that commonly occur with minimal clearance and long overhang

  • Threading – Thread types and techniques

  • Tapping – Solutions overview and best practices

  • Tool Holding – Tool holding solutions & tips for optimal rigidity and modularity

  • Machining Economics – Correct application choices and Green Light Machining

  • Digital Apps: Tool selectors, machining calculators and cost saving


It is strongly recommended to take our MCT E-Learning course prior to attending the class but not mandatory.  This course is web-based and can be completed from the comfort of your own home.  You can set your own pace and complete the course one section at a time.  Register here​.

 
 
 
 
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