Cold Working and Annealing - Industrial Metallurgists

Cold Working and Annealing

Cold Working and Annealing

Many companies struggle with quality problems related to the strength and ductility of metal that's been cold worked (e.g. rolled or drawn) or cold worked and annealed. With cold worked and annealed metal people also struggle with orange peel problems.

The problems linger because people don't understand the metallurgical factors that affect metal strength and ductility. As a result, people don't know what steps to take to fix the problems.

Attend this webinar to learn about metallurgical changes that occur during cold working and annealing, the effects on metal strength and ductility, and the impact of annealing temperature and time and amount of cold working on annealed metal grain size.

The knowledge you'll gain will help you understand how to obtain the desired strength, ductility, and grain size in cold worked and annealed metal and factors to consider when metals do not meet requirements.

Webinar attendees will receive a webinar slides document prior to the webinar and will have 14 days access to the webinar recording.

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Topics covered

The presentation will cover

  • Metallurgical changes that occur during cold working and their effects on metal strength and ductility.
  • Metallurgical changes that occur during annealing and their effects on metal strength and ductility.
  • Impact of annealing temperature and time and amount of cold working on annealed metal grain size.
  • Correlation between grain size and a rough surface appearance (orange peel) after forming a component from annealed metal.

Prerequisites

We recommend watching our video Five Key Metallurgy Concepts. It's a recording of a previous Speedy Webinar that covers key metallurgy concepts that will be mentioned in this webinar. Use discount code 5Key20 for a $20 discount.

Course certificate

No training credit is awarded for this training because of its short length

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Registering

Individual: Add the course to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the course. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Contact us to register more than one person or for pricing for groups of 5 or more people.

Registering

Individual: Add the video to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the course. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Contact us to register more than one person or for pricing for groups of 5 or more people.

Registering

Individual: Add the webinar to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the training. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Register more than one person by clicking the "Add to Cart" button multiple times or by editing the quantity in the shopping cart. After registering you will receive an email with information about how to access the course that you can share with the others in your group. Contact us for pricing for large groups of people.

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