ON COURSE FOR SUCCESS WITH AGMA

There are some up and coming courses for up and coming gear designers and manufacturers you may want to attend.

It’s an opportunity for you or your staff to learn from the best, with a couple of courses and a technical meeting scheduled for September/ October.

The opportunities to learn include:-

Bevel Gear System Design

September 6-8 | San Diego, CA |  REGISTER

Learn how to design and apply bevel gear systems from the initial concept through manufacturing and quality control and on to assembly, installation and maintenance. Engage in a practical hands-on guide to the bevel gear design, manufacture, quality control, assembly, installation rating, lubrication and, most especially, application.

Complete information is available here.

Basic Training for Gear Manufacturing 

September 18-22 | Chicago, IL |  REGISTER

Learn the fundamentals of gear manufacturing in this hands-on course. Gain an understanding of gearing and nomenclature, principles of inspection, gear manufacturing methods, and hobbing and shaping. By utilizing manual machines, develop a deeper breadth of perspective and understanding of the process and physics of making a gear as well as the ability to apply this knowledge in working with CNC equipment commonly in use.

Complete information is available here.

Fall Technical Meeting 2017

October 22-24, 2017  |  Columbus, OH

Registration now open!

Come see why the Fall Technical Meeting (FTM) is the best opportunity to learn and share with some of the foremost experts in the gear industry. Speaking on design, analysis, manufacturing, application and gear drives, you will hear directly from the researchers about the results of their work. 

Sessions will have presentations around the topics of:

•Efficiency, Lubrication, Noise, and Vibration

•Manufacturing, Inspection, and Quality Control

•Application, Design, and Rating

•Materials and Heat Treatment

•Gear Wear and Failure

Complete information with abstracts and presenters now available on the AGMA website.

 


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