Basic Training for Gear Manufacturing
(October 4-8, 2010)
Richard J. Daley College, Bldg 300, 7500 S. Pulaski Rd., Chicago.
Through classroom and hands-on training from AGMA, attendees learn to set up machines for maximum efficiency, inspect gears accurately and understand basic gearing. The course covers gearing and nomenclature, principles of inspection, gear manufacturing methods and hobbing and shaping. The course is intended for those with at least six months of experience in setup or machine operation, though, most everyone can benefit. Past students have included executives, sales representatives and quality control managers.
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