- Publications and Software
- Technical Archive
- Safety Standards
- Technical Phone Support
Publications and Software
NADCA continues to introduce new and revised publications and software. Topics range from management to processes and are available in formats from downloadable programs, web-based programs and eBooks to printed books. Corporate Members receive a discounted rate and are often the first to be offered NADCA’s new publications and software.
NADCA Technical Archives offers downloadable Die Casting Engineer magazine articles, NADCA research reports and Congress Transactions. Die Cast Engineer technical articles are available from 1957 through the present. Congress Transactions since 1960 are searchable and contain virtually all papers from each Die Casting Congress for the past 50 plus years.
The Technical Archive can be searched by category (DCE, Reports, Transactions) and/or by keyword. DCE articles from 1988 to present and all Transactions are downloadable directly from the site. This valuable resource is free for members!
The frequency and injury rates for the die casting industry are approximately twice those of other private industries. Personal injuries that are the result either from work conditions or unsafe acts all contribute to the high rates. NADCA’s concern for this trend has resulted in the production of a number of safety related materials and programs directed toward assisting the die caster in reducing incidents and personal injuries. NADCA’s Safety Standards publication and online Safety Course is provided free to members.
Technical Phone Support
Technical assistance is always available. NADCA staff is here to offer support whenever it is needed. If for some reason our staff is unable to assist you, you will be directed to an industry professional who can answer your questions.
In its continuing technology transfer efforts, NADCA has developed and continues to develop webinars to provide additional opportunities for individuals to obtain information on: Safety, Results of Surveys and Studies, Various Processes, Economic Industry Data, Energy Conservation Efforts, NADCA R&D Results and New Technologies. Attending a webinar is an excellent way to obtain vital information without the hassle or cost of travel. These 60 minute presentations will not only address vital information on the topic but also provide adequate time for questions, answers, and discussion. For more information please visit: www.diecasting.org/webinar.
Exclusive to Corporate Members:
Ranging from telephone support to unlimited access to technical archives, Corporate Members have access to information that supports their work force.