51st Australian Foundry Conference and the 16th ADCA Die Casting
CASTING EXCELLENCE – Innovation & Success
Held at the Deakin Waterfront Campus, Geelong Victoria, from Sunday 9th October to Tuesday 11th October 2016.
This webinar is the last in a in a series of four webinars involving metallurgical properties and focuses of CofA, CofC, and CofO. Participants should have attended or viewed the prior webinars on Target Specifications and Formulas, Furnace Control, and Batch Analysis and Trace-ability.
MULTITUD DE DEMOS
Pequeñas demostraciones especificas acerca de la funcionalidad de los módulos de SYNCHRO ERP
SYNCHRO ERP - Líder Mundial en softwares para la industria de Fundiciones
Nosotros creamos, programamos y mantenemos el Software
Esta demonstración va a demonstrar funcionalidades importantes metalúrgicas en el sistema, en la creación y configuración de las especificaciones de los metales y fórmulas como de carbón equivalente, etc. Este es el primer de una serie de 4 demonstraciones, las próximas son Control de Horno, Trazabilidad de lotes y Certificación.
56th International Foundry Conference
Held in Slovenia it highlighted the impact of:-
‘’Industry 4.0 – the fourth industrial revolution –will alter and shape our work, social and physical environment along with how we live and co-exist’’
This webinar focuses on the batch analysis and trace-ability. This is the third in a series of four webinars focusing on metallurgical properties within the software suite. Participants should have attended or viewed the prior webinars on Target Specifications and Formulas and Furnace Control. The follow-on webinar will focus on Analysis Documents (CofA, CofC & CofO)
Just over a year ago Umgeni Iron Works was acquired by Malvern Engineering Works, a South African general engineering company servicing the mining industry and Minco Tech an, an Australian based mineral processing and mining equipment manufacturing company based in Newcastle NSW, in a 50/50 joint venture.
This webinar focuses on the setup of furnaces, ladles, and furnace control. This is the second in a series of four webinars focusing on metallurgical properties within the software suite. Participants should have attended or viewed the prior webinar on Target Specifications and Formulas.
Howdy once again from Texas where it’s blazing hot, so hot they are melting iron in the parking lot and the local pancake house is cooking eggs on the hoods of cars! What the heck, one wouldn’t expect anything else in Texas this time of the year other than lack of rain and excessive heat. Myself, I’ll take the heat over the cold anytime as we have chilled air in Texas!
SYNCHRO ERP’s global implementation manager was recently flying from Seattle to Newark and I tracked the flight using the wonders of the Wild West Web. Sometimes we just need to sit back and reflect on all the wonders of what the internet has brought to us. Not that long ago, if one wanted a flight status; the only option was to call the airline. Today, with all of the interconnectivity of the “dots” everything is seemingly in real time.
This webinar focuses on the important metallurgical functionalities of the software of setting up target specifications and creating specification formulas for the likes of carbon equivalency.
This is a foundation webinar for three proceeding webinars:
Batch Analysis & Trace-ability
Analysis Documents (CofA, CofC & CofO)