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2020 Politics and Policy Update From Washington

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NADCA's lobbying team in Washington, D.C., The Franklin Partnership, will provide an update on their activities on behalf of NADCA, the outlook for Congress passing new workforce training and recruitment laws and the status of the trade and tariff disputes. They will also discuss the President's regulatory agenda for the coming months including a new industry apprenticeship rule and pending emissions standards. As the Democratic primary process narrows, The Franklin Partnership will provide insight into the race for the White House and how it may impact future NADCA priorities from taxes and tariffs to regulations and health care.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:FREE
Individual Members: $49
Non-Corporate Members:$69



An Introduction To the Causes of Porosity

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This webinar will cover the causes of porosity. In particular the sources of shrink porosity and gas porosity will be explained. It will conclude with traditional concepts for reducing porosity formation.
Tuesday, March 03, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:$69
Individual Members: $99
Non-Corporate Members:$119



Better Metal Handling At the Die Casting Machine To Minimize

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This course describes where inclusions and cold flakes come from, what their impact is and what can be done to minimize their presence. Holding furnace control and cleaning, proper ladling and handling of metal and shot delay time will also be addressed.
Thursday, February 27, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:$69
Individual Members: $99
Non-Corporate Members:$119



Control Porosity With Processing Parameters

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Many die casting process variables affect the final porosity level in a casting. This webinar will discuss the effect of these different parameters on porosity. It will connect these processing parameters back to the underlying porosity formation mechanisms.
Thursday, March 05, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:$69
Individual Members: $99
Non-Corporate Members:$119



Design for Reduced Porosity

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Part design is the number one factor affecting the final porosity in a casting. This is due to the physical sources of porosity. This webinar will explain casting and tooling design choices that can be used to control porosity.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:$69
Individual Members: $99
Non-Corporate Members:$119



Die Casting Opportunities In Renewable Energy

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This course will present die casting opportunities TCG has uncovered in the renewable energy field. We will look briefly at hydropower, biomass, and geothermal sources - but will focus on solar, wind and energy storage batteries. TCG has concluded that renewable energy is currently deploying around 20,000,000 pounds of diecastings per year, with a reasonable shot at growing to 40 million pounds in the next 5 - 10 years.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:FREE
Individual Members: $49
Non-Corporate Members:$69



Die Casting Safety Part 1 - Spanish

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Engineering Block Testing (1 year access)

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How To Control the Process To Correct Sinks, Leakers, and Cr

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Shrinkage porosity was described in the basic OTP series. This is intended as an extension of shrinkage and will describe other defects that can be caused by shrinkage and how they can be corrected. In addition, cracking can stem from ejection, quenching, trimming and mis-handling. These causes will also be described.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:$69
Individual Members: $99
Non-Corporate Members:$119



Introduction To Conventional & Renewable Energy

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This course is an overview of the conventional and renewable energy industries. We will cover sources and uses of energy, the rapid transition from predominately coal powered electric generation to natural gas generation, and the current status of electrical energy generation from solar and wind sources. We will look at the economics of solar and wind versus conventional sources - coal, gas, and nuclear. And we will look at the impact of renewables on America's electric utility grid, focusing particularly on energy storage batteries, and the mysterious Duck Curve.
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Central Time


Cost:
Corporate Members:FREE
Individual Members: $49
Non-Corporate Members:$69


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