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Basics of Aerospace Fasteners

Date: Monday, April 4 Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Format: In-Person Location: Courtyard by Marriott Santa Ana 8 MacArthur Place Santa Ana, CA 92702 Registration/Pricing: Click here Course Details: This full-day course explores the basics of aerospace fasteners. Subjects include why aerospace fasteners are unique in the fastener world, how an aircraft is put together and the fasteners used to accomplish this, why exotic metals are commonly used, and a look at a variety of different fastener types used in aerospace. Although often looking “the same,” upon completing this course participants should have a better understanding of how aerospace fasteners are different than those for other industrial purposes. This is a fast-paced basic course and excellent for anyone relatively new to the industry, anyone having made a role change that would benefit from a general overview of the industry, or anyone that wishes to learn more about the aerospace fasteners. Topics Covered: How aerospace fasteners are different Parts and of airplane and how it’s put together Aerospace materials such as titanium, aluminum, and nickel super alloys Aerospace fastener types such as bolts and screws, wrenchable nuts, lock bolts, pins and collars, anchor plates, inserts, and panel fasteners Requirements to be an aerospace fastener supplier Who Should Attend? Anyone new to aerospace fasteners, especially roles in engineering, quality, purchasing or sales Anyone new to the aerospace fastener industry Anyone interested in learning more about aerospace fasteners Instructor: Laurence Claus, IFI Director of Training
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Fastener Training Classes
562.473.5373
Fastener Training Institute

Basics of Aerospace Fasteners

Date: Monday, April 4 Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Format: In-Person Location: Courtyard by Marriott Santa Ana 8 MacArthur Place Santa Ana, CA 92702 Registration/Pricing: Click here Course Details: This full-day course explores the basics of aerospace fasteners. Subjects include why aerospace fasteners are unique in the fastener world, how an aircraft is put together and the fasteners used to accomplish this, why exotic metals are commonly used, and a look at a variety of different fastener types used in aerospace. Although often looking “the same,” upon completing this course participants should have a better understanding of how aerospace fasteners are different than those for other industrial purposes. This is a fast-paced basic course and excellent for anyone relatively new to the industry, anyone having made a role change that would benefit from a general overview of the industry, or anyone that wishes to learn more about the aerospace fasteners. Topics Covered: How aerospace fasteners are different Parts and of airplane and how it’s put together Aerospace materials such as titanium, aluminum, and nickel super alloys Aerospace fastener types such as bolts and screws, wrenchable nuts, lock bolts, pins and collars, anchor plates, inserts, and panel fasteners Requirements to be an aerospace fastener supplier Who Should Attend? Anyone new to aerospace fasteners, especially roles in engineering, quality, purchasing or sales Anyone new to the aerospace fastener industry Anyone interested in learning more about aerospace fasteners Instructor: Laurence Claus, IFI Director of Training