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Workmanship – The Impact of Imperfections and Surface Discontinuities

Date: Tuesday, June 7 Time: Noon to 2 P.M. ET Location: Webinar Registration/Pricing: Click here to register Course Details: Have you ever come across a fastener at the hardware store that looked so bad it made you question all the others in the bin? Or ever wondered why aerospace manufacturers take so many precautions to supply a product free of routine imperfections? Although often perceived as how “good” a fastener looks, workmanship plays a more significant role in the function and performance of its intended application. This two-hour webinar covers common cold-heading and fastener imperfections and surface discontinuities, starting with those stemming from the raw material and progressing through the manufacturing processes of heading and rolling. Who Should Attend? Purchasing Agents Supplier Quality Associates Manufacturing Engineers Quality & Problem-Solving Associates Manufacturing Engineers Application Engineers Technical Sales Manufacturing Management Purchasing Agents Materials Management Anyone interested in fastener manufacturing Instructor: Laurence Claus, IFI Director of Training
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562.473.5373
Fastener Training Institute

Workmanship – The Impact of Imperfections and

Surface Discontinuities

Date: Tuesday, June 7 Time: Noon to 2 P.M. ET Location: Webinar Registration/Pricing: Click here to register Course Details: Have you ever come across a fastener at the hardware store that looked so bad it made you question all the others in the bin? Or ever wondered why aerospace manufacturers take so many precautions to supply a product free of routine imperfections? Although often perceived as how “good” a fastener looks, workmanship plays a more significant role in the function and performance of its intended application. This two-hour webinar covers common cold-heading and fastener imperfections and surface discontinuities, starting with those stemming from the raw material and progressing through the manufacturing processes of heading and rolling. Who Should Attend? Purchasing Agents Supplier Quality Associates Manufacturing Engineers Quality & Problem-Solving Associates Manufacturing Engineers Application Engineers Technical Sales Manufacturing Management Purchasing Agents Materials Management Anyone interested in fastener manufacturing Instructor: Laurence Claus, IFI Director of Training