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When

Saturday, September 24, 2022 (3 PM - 6 PM) (GMT +05:30)

About the Session

The goal of this session is to gain the fundamentals on DIN EN 586-3. This standard specifies the tolerances on dimensions and form of aluminium and its alloy forgings for general engineering applications of usual design concepts which are formed hot. The minimum requirement will be basic understanding of mechanical engineering design

Why take this course?


GD&T is essential to ensure manufactured parts to meet the functional requirements of design regardless of where they are manufactured (forging). This course will help to Designers, tool makers and project managers, to understand how effect the tolerances on the raw parts, which are manufactured by aluminium hot forming.



The course will cover the following topics:


  • Overall perspective of what an engineering design should be (considering the worst and best manufacturing tolerances) and why it is important.
  • In general, how the tolerances (considering the worst and best manufacturing tolerances) can be considered while design of Al - hot forming components.
  • Some examples which detailed out the importance of minimum wall thickness



Who this course is for:


• Application of DIN 586-3 standard for Aluminium Forging Technologies

o Aspiring mechanical engineering students.

o Anyone from forging manufacturing industry.

o Working design engineers, toolmakers and project managers who want to sharpen their engineering design knowledge and skills.


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