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Seco Tools announce seminars on machining titanium and stainless steels

Seco Tools announce seminars on machining titanium and stainless steels

Added to MTDCNC by MTDCNC on 22 May 2013

Seco Tools (UK) Ltd, a leading supplier of complete machining solutions to the metal-cutting Industry is running a series of seminars focusing on best-practice machining of hard and difficult-to-machine materials.

The first seminar on machining titanium and titanium alloys is being held on 26th June 2013 at the company’s new Technology Centre in Alcester, with three other seminars on machining stainless steels, machining nickel and nickel-based alloys, and machining composites occurring in July, September and October respectively.

All four seminars combine practical machining demonstrations with key note presentations from leading industry experts and Seco’s own specialist technical staff, with specific topics covered including -:  an introduction to each material and its current (and future) use and application; the characteristics and properties of each material and how these affect its machinability; advanced machining methods and best-practice solutions (including machining strategies and tooling selection).   

Says Mike Fleming Technical & Marketing Manager at Seco:

'The seminars achieve the optimum balance between theory and practice.

'For example our titanium seminar in June will feature presentations (in the morning) from Dr Wei Ming Sim, Machining Technologist, (Airbus), and Dr Richard Hood, Lecturer, (University of Birmingham) - whilst after lunch attendees will be able see a number of titanium machining demonstrations on our CNC machine tools (using the latest advanced tooling solutions), and have the opportunity to discuss their own machining challenges directly with our engineers.'

There are three different machining demonstrations planned for the titanium seminar: 1) MEP Mechanical Edge Profiling; 2) The advantages of high-pressure Jetstream Tooling; 3) High-feed, high-performance milling strategies.

The seminars are all provided free of charge and further information, including confirmation of attendance, can be obtained by visiting www.secotools.com/uk/challenged or by calling Seco on 01789 764341.

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