Fundamentals of Forging 101 Workshop & Plant Tour

Event Date: Thursday, January 23, 2020 to Thursday, January 23, 2020


 

Fundamentals of Forging 101 Workshop & Plant Tour

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Chicago, IL

 

Fundamentals of Forging 101 Workshop & Plant Tour will establish the fundamentals of the forging process in language that you can understand, regardless of your experience level. As technology advances, it is becoming more important for forging professionals to understand the science behind the forging process and how it superior to other processes such as castings, weldments or machining from bar.  The workshop will also cover how forgings are made and how quality is added through each step of the forging process.  A complimentary plant tour will bring the basic forging principles together in an operating open-die forge plant. 

 

REGISTRATION

Registration for this event is now closed.

 

WORKSHOP LEADERS

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

 

AGENDA

Please note:  Participants are responsible for their own transportation between locations.  No transportation provided by FIA or host facilities. PPE provided but feel free to bring your own steel-toe footwear.

 

7:30AM:                            Registration at:

Finkl Steel: 1355 E. 93rd Street, Chicago, IL 60619.  (773) 975-2510

8:15AM:                            Plant Tour – Finkl Steel

11:00AM:                          Fundamentals of Forging 101 presentations at:

Richard Daley College – MTEC Center:  4101 W 76th Street, Chicago, IL 60652.   (773) 838-7500

12:00PM:                          Lunch & Facility Tour

2:30PM:                            Workshop Concludes

 

FACILITY TOUR – MTEC CENTER AT RICHARD J. DALEY COLLEGE

The state-of-the-art Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Center (MTEC) at Richard J. Daley College prepares students for the more than 20,000 anticipated jobs coming to the region in the engineering and advanced manufacturing fields during the next decade.  The 52,000-square-foot building spans the main thoroughfare of 76th Street, linking to the legacy college facility via a pedestrian bridge. Inside, high-bay space and five engineering and manufacturing labs provide students with the requisite training for highly-specialized, technology-oriented careers.

 

REFERENCE MATERIALS

Each participant will receive valuable reference material published by FIA to start your own forging reference library in your office: