EXPERT LEVEL SURFACE ENGINEERING RESOURCES​

for metal components

FURTHERING THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF OPTIMIZED PRODUCT SURFACES.

Evolving the use of legacy technologies – anodizing, plating, adhesives and coatings – as well as further utilization of advanced technologies such as Thin Film Deposition.

• Material Selection
• Functional Aesthetic Finishes
• Additive Manufactured Surfaces
• Substrate Enhancement
• Active Surfaces
• Barrier Layers
• Conductivity Management
• Tribological Enhancement
• Functional Surfaces

May 29, 11–11:30 AM CT:

DEVELOPMENT CONSIDERATIONS TO OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE OF ALUMINUM SURFACES

TOPICS COVERED:

Proper selection of alloy and coating system during design yields desired performance outcomes. Tributary design considerations for maximum performance, cosmetics, and cost.

Plated finish performance attributes for design consideration. Tributary design considerations for maximum performance, cosmetics, and cost. Advanced plating technologies – expanded applications.

June 26, 11–11:30 AM CT:

SURFACE ENGINEERING PERFORMANCE OPTIONS WITH PLATING

Topics Covered:

Proper selection of bonding equipment for adhesion performance, quality control, efficiency and cost optimization.

July 17, 11–11:30 AM CT:

CHOOSING THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT FOR AUTOMOTIVE RUBBER TO METAL BONDED COATINGS

Topics Covered:

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