Electronics Incorporated is happy to release the official 2013 Seminar/Workshop list. We will return to all the same countries as we visited in 2012. The venue for Mexico and China has been moved to new hotels. The Mexico workshop will be at Mision San Gil, just South of Queretaro. The workshop in China moves to the Huaqiang Plaza Hotel, which is across the street from the popular SEG Electronics Market.
Japan – February 19, 2013
Mexico – March 20-21, 2013
Canada – March 27-28, 2013 (Newly Listed)
Singapore – July 10-11, 2013
China – July 17-19, 2013
Europe/Germany – September 10-12, 2013
United States – October 15-17, 2013
For more information click directly on the workshop location above or visit http://www.electronics-inc.com/workshops.html.
The Electronics Inc US Shot Peening & Blast Cleaning Workshop and Tradeshow in Chicago is just around the corner. Don’t miss it!
What does shot peening have to do with reducing bacteria functions on implants? View this YouTube presentation of the research given by Thomas Webster, PhD, at OrthoTec 2012.
Electronics Inc., publisher of The Shot Peener magazine, has launched a new website for the publication. Click over to www.theshotpeenermagazine.com and download the new Spring 2012 issue.
The Shot Peener, free of charge and available in both print and electronic format, is dedicated to sharing information and expanding global markets for the shot peening and blast cleaning industries. It covers topics of importance to a wide range of readers — from OEMs to engineers to academics to machine operators — in a fresh and engaging format.
The Winter 2012 issue of The Shot Peener magazine is published and available for download and on-line reading. Top stories in this issue are:
To meet 2016 CAFE requirements, car manufacturers must re-think weight and materials. What will this mean for shot peening?
Precision peening or spray and pray?
Component Shape Changes Caused By Shot Peening
Analysis of shape changes induced by peening is complicated as it involves simultaneous use of both plasticity and elasticity theories. A simplified approach is used in this article by invoking the two theories separately.