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Introduction to foundry technology - iron and steel

The course deals with the entire journey from raw material to finished castings. You get a broad overview of the manufacturing chain and what methods and materials are available. The course deals with subjects such as production technology, current environmental issues and what the foundry industry looks like nationally and internationally.

The course also consists of practical elements, among other things, the participants themselves can try casting in our test and demonstration foundry in a much appreciated exercise. The course also serves as a meeting place with interesting discussions and exchange of experiences between the participants.

Content

The course runs over 3 days and consists of the following elements:

  • Overview of casting methods and cast materials
  • Construction of cast components
  • Production technology
  • Cast iron and cast steel
  • Molds and cores
  • Digitization
  • The foundry industry's environmental, work environment and energy issues
  • Research and future
  • Practical exercises.

Target group

The course provides a broad introduction to new employees at foundries and to employees in positions outside the direct production. The course provides useful insight and new knowledge to you who are new to the industry. The course is also aimed at those who already work with casting but who want to rehearse and broaden your knowledge.

Expected prior knowledge

No previous knowledge required.

Lecturers

Lennart Elmquist
Sten Farre
Ulf Gotthardsson
Magnus Wihed
Mattias Lundberg
Maria Westlund
Andreas Lindberg Pruth
Jörgen Jernkrook
Åsa Lauenstein

Price

23,000 SEK 

Dinner on September 20 is included in the price. Any accommodation is booked and paid for by the participant themselves.

Discounts

We give quantity discount if several of your employees attend our training/courses at the same time.

When registering two people, a 10% discount is given for the second participant.

When registering three or more from the same company, a discount of 10% is given for the second participant and 20% for all subsequent ones.

Practical information

The course is held in Jönköping.

Other information

Contact us for questions about the course content.

All courses can also be ordered as commissioned training and then also adapted to some extent to your company.

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