Introductory pricing on online courses!

MetalForming Fundamentals

Metalforming Fundamentals courses introduce students to the properties of sheet metals, available forming technologies, and manufacturing processes.

Introduction to Testing and Measuring Sheet Metal Properties: Why Test and Which Tests Should We Do?


In the Oscar-winning movie Whiplash, a talented young drummer and a respected music teacher engage in a battle of wills and wits. The simplest lesson of this dark, controversial film is practice makes perfect. Whether you play the drums or march in the drum line, you know that practice pays off. You store the steps and beats in your memory, leaving you free to perfect your performance.

Price: $0.00

Hot Forming Fundamentals


Hot forming sheet metal components is becoming common and expected with today's Advanced High-Strength Steels (AHSS). AHSS is the fastest growing set of steel grades in automotive applications. AHSS offers enhanced formability at higher strength. Cold forming AHSS can lead to severe and unpredictable springback. Hot forming relieves residual stresses in the formed workpiece which solves the springback problem. The quenching operation leads to a martensitic microstructure possessing ultra-high strength.

Price: $250.00

What you should Know About Forming High-Strength Steel


As the automotive industry continues to look for innovative ways to make vehicles lighter, stronger, safer, and more fuel-efficient. To meet these demands, the steel industry continues to invest in advanced materials and manufacturing technologies. The industry's investment led to the introduction of a wide variety of new automotive steels. Both industries know that every ounce counts.

Price: $1,250.00

Introduction to the Mechanical Properties of Sheet Metal Materials


When designing components, you have thousands of types and grades of materials available. Generally, decisions are based on each material's strength, mass, corrosion resistance, dent resistance, and mechanical properties. Mechanical properties are a significant factor defining the formability of materials.

Price: $250.00

Introduction to Sheet Metal Forming


Forming metal products and components is among the most significant industries in human history. Sheet metal is commonly used for the structure and style of many consumer and industrial products. The sheet metal forming industry contributes more than $130 Billion to the North American economies. The history of metal and metal forming plays a key role in the history of civilization and man’s capabilities in agriculture, tool making, and weaponry.

Price: $150.00
Subscribe to RSS - MetalForming Fundamentals