Metallurgy Webinars for design, manufacturing, and quality engineers

Metallurgy Webinars

Metallurgy Courses

Our metallurgy training includes on-demand metallurgy courses, webinars, and on-site courses. All are geared to design, manufacturing, and quality engineers.

The training covers practical metallurgy and metals engineering concepts that apply to component design, manufacturing process development, supplier evaluation, and solving reliability and quality problems.

On-demand metallurgy courses and webinars are listed below.

Free Metallurgy Lesson

Sign-up for access to a lesson about common analysis techniques. It's an example of our online courses. You'll receive an email with a link to the course. Check your spam folder if you do not receive the email.

Close the knowledge gap

Many engineers haven’t had much metallurgy and metals engineering training. So, they get stuck when design decisions and reliability and quality problems come up that involve metals.

Our training helps close this knowledge gap, enabling engineers to:

  • Design better, low-cost components.
  • Fix quality and reliability problems faster.
  • Have better conversations with suppliers, customers, and metallurgical labs.

And be more productive.

Learn how to identify the conditions that cause degradation of materials and lead to component failure. You’ll also learn how the effects of stressors can be evaluated without having to build the entire product.

Learn electroplating process steps, coating properties and evaluations, and coating defects and causes.

(WEBINAR) Learn how metallurgical analyses are used to get information to determine the root cause of reliability and quality problems.

Corrosion |

Galvanic corrosion is easily avoided by making good design decisions based on an understanding of this corrosion mechanism, factors that influence metal corrosion rate, and approaches to prevent it from occurring. You will learn about all of these during the workshop.

(WEBINAR, FREE) Learn how metals engineering is used to design better components and solve problems faster.

In this course you’ll learn about the physics of the fatigue mechanism, design factors that influence component fatigue life, and practical ways to improve fatigue resistance.

Learn electroplating process steps, coating properties and evaluations, and coating defects and causes.

Industrial Metallurgists, LLC

Providing metals engineering expertise for failure analysis and forensic investigations of metal components and products.
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