Training


Presented by Tool Source Inc and Crafts Technology:

Technical Seminar on “Advanced Materials and Processes

Announcement - Next Scheduled Seminar:

NOVEMBER 4th 2009 at Crafts Technology.

 

An Interactive Program to help solve your costly wear problems.

 

When:

To Be Determined – Check back for schedule announcements. All seminars are conducted FREE and begin at 8:00am and end with lunch at 1:00pm. For any special date requests please contact Jeff Dodd.

Where: (you choose)

At - Crafts Technology - 91 Joey Drive Elk Grove Village, IL 60007     (Chicago)
At - Tool Source Inc. – 9055 E. 133rd Place Fishers, IN 46038       (Indianapolis)
At - Your Facility!                                                                          (Your City)

How:

Space is limited so please call or email to reserve your seat!
Jeff Dodd – ph. 765-778-0777 – email jeffd@toolsourceinc.com

Why:

Get the latest advances in materials!  Please mark your calendar now for this informative program.  Bring your problem parts for discussion.

Who:

Several Material Experts will be presenting to address your specific needs: 
Common presenters listed to right.

 

Scheduled Speaker: Frank Rymas – Metallurgical Engineer

BIOGRAPHY
Frank is a graduate of Wayne State University with a BS degree in Metallurgical Engineering.

Frank’s previous work experience includes extensive engineering, metallurgical research and engineering management roles with Walmet Cemented Carbide Company. He also had many years as an applications engineer with Sandvik Hard Materials before pursuing his most recent role as a technical consultant for Crafts Technology.

During his 40+ years in the cemented tungsten carbide industry Frank has made numerous technical presentations to technical associations as well as major manufacturing companies. The most recent presentations have been made to International Nonwovens Technical Conference, the International Pipe & Tube Association, Metal Matters Conference and the MoldMaking Expo in April of 2007.

Frank is the holder of seven (7) U.S. Patents related to cemented tungsten carbide.