27 Ottobre 2014 | Pacengo del Garda (VERONA)
MUSIC Public Training on Sensoring, Process Data Management and Process Simulation
The MUSIC Training Course on sensoring, process data management and process simulation is the first open public event in which the project can present its major achievements and results up to now. After a quick project introduction, this training session is mainly dedicated to an up-grade in product and process requirements and in tooling & sensoring device, especially for HPDC processes. The idea behind this event is to promote an innovative monitoring network to get the most out of the HPDC manufacturing process, in terms of product quality and defects minimization, by better understanding and enhancing the single elements influencing the whole process. For this reason, the training will consist of a sequence of presentations focused respectively on: Product and process requirements in relation to defect classification and Quality Maps; Impact of machine parameters in the production line; Die monitoring by means of advanced innovative sensors; Design of new generation dies, equipped with sensors and self-adaptive devices; Quality improvements thanks to lubrication and thermal monitoring systems.
The training course will offer the opportunity to release the first official publication collecting the MUSIC achievements and results of the research obtained up to now: "The MUSIC guide to key-parameters in High Pressure Die Casting".
October 27th, 2014 | 14:00 – 18:00
Hotel Parchi del Garda,
Pacengo del Garda (Verona) - Italy
MUSIC project introduction
Guidelines for process monitoring and product quality in HPDC
Development of Process vs Quality Maps in HPDC
Production line: selection of HPDC machine parameters
HPDC Process control by advanced die monitoring
Design of new generation dies, equipped with sensors and self-adaptive devices
Improving quality of HPDC products by lubrication and thermal monitoring
Round table and conclusions: the potential of innovative monitoring networks in HPDC
Eng. Nicola Gramegna, EnginSoft
Prof. Franco Bonollo, DTG University of Padova
Eng. Martina Winkler, HTW University of Aalen
Eng. Uwe Gauermann, Electronics GmbH
Eng. Filippo Voltazza, SAEN
Eng. Luca Baraldi, Motultech Baraldi
Maximum 30 participants due to the limited number of seats.