The course focuses on understanding the basics of science and technology of casting processes. Metal casting industries have evolved during the past hundred years because of advancements in technologies. The properties of the cast metals significantly depends upon the type of molding, melting, solidification and post treatment practices. This needs to be understood by the young students as well as practicing shop floor engineers so that products with superior qualities can be cast. The basic purpose of this course is to provide a sound understanding of concepts and principles of casting technology so as to enable them to be conversant with advances in these methods in the long run towards increasing the productivity of casting industries.
This course introduces the metalcasting process by providing a broad overview of what takes place in a metalcasting facility; illustrating the technology, variables and complexities involved in producing a casting. Course topics include: casting design; alloy selection; process selection; gating and design system; pouring and shakeout methods; cleaning and finishing method; quality assurance; safety and environmental regulations.
Minimum qualification required for this training program is matriculation (Science / Arts) form any recognized board.
1.What is Metalcasting?
2.The Full Process
3.Tour through the Foundry
4.What is the metal casting industry
7.Pressure Sand Casting Method (LPS)
8.Modern Computer Design of Castings
13.Melting and Pouring
16.Alloy Teach Backs
20.Port Processing Methods
24.Quality Assurance Tests
26.ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY REGULATIONS
27.Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
28.Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
29.Foundry in a Box
Regular Campus Based Training
Distance Learning Training Program
Online Training Program
Experience and Competency Based Certification
For Registration & Information
Please Call: 0092331-5999937, 0092321-5056755
Email Address : [email protected]