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AGMA Training School for Gear Manufacturing

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(September 10-14, 2007) Richard J. Daley College, Chicago, IL. The basic course offers classroom and hands-on training in gearing and nomenclature; principles of inspection; gear manufacturing methods; and hobbing and shaping. Although the course is designed primarily for newer employees with at least six months' experience in set up or machine operation, it can also benefit quality control managers, sales reps, management and executives. This course is taught by Dwight Smith, president of Cole Mfg. Systems and Peter Grossi. $850 for AGMA members, $950 for non-members. *Note: A classroom version of this course will be offered at AGMA's Gear Expo in Detroit that will be taught by Mike Tennutti of Gleason Cutting Tools.

For more information:

American Gear Manufacturers Association
Phone: 
(703) 684-0211
URL: 
www.agma.org