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Gear Manufacturing and Inspection

July 10-12, 2018 | Delta Hotel Waterloo, West Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

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Course Description

Learn key factors in the inspection process that lead to better design of gears. Develop a broad understanding of the methods used to manufacture and inspect gears. Discover how the resultant information can be applied and interpreted in the design process.

PLEASE NOTE: This seminar is not a tutorial in the mechanics of machine operation; rather, the content addresses the relation between the manufacturing/inspection sequence and the detailed gear design process.

 

Classes are 8:00 am - 5:00 pm..

This course also includes a tour of Riley Gear, St. Augustine, FL. 

Learning Objectives

·         Identify methods of manufacturing external and internal spur, single and double helical, and bevel and worm gears

·         Describe the methodology and underlying theory for basic manufacture and inspection of each.

·         Discuss the “features” associated with each manufacturing method with regard to their impact upon and their ability to refine, guide and optimize the design process.

·         Take two views of the same results: meeting a “specification” and determining acceptability for a specific application, and interpreting the inspection data for purposes other than simply determining accept/reject status.

·         Specify the data required to control both the manufacturing and inspection processes on an engineering drawing. This includes both the data to be defined and the presentation of the data on the engineering drawing.

·         Discuss the basics of a variety of destructive and nondestructive inspection tests, including their underlying theory, application techniques and, most importantly, interpretation of the resultant data.

Who Should Attend

Gear design engineers; management involved with design, maintenance, customer service, and sales.

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From time to time AGMA uses photographs of AGMA events in its promotional materials. Unless this permission is revoked in writing to the AGMA, by virtue of your attendance all attendees agree to the use of their likeness in such materials.

Cancellation and Payment Policy

Payment must accompany this form. All cancellations must be in writing and received by AGMA 14 days prior to the class start.  A $200 U.S. processing fee will be assessed for each cancelled registration that results in a refund after the 14-day period. A substitution or schedule change fee of $50 when substituting one student for another or moving the current student to another AGMA course after the 14-day period. A 50% refund will be issued if cancellation occurs on or after the class start date.

Hotel Info

Delta Hotel Waterloo
110 Erb St.
West Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 0C6

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Room Rate

Room Rate 

$149 CAN/night

Reserve your room through this link.


The hotel cut-off date is June 18, 2018
We cannot guarantee our room rate after this date.

Pricing

Member Rate

First registrant from company
$1,495
Additional registrants
$1,295

Non-Member Rate

First registrant from company
$1,995
Additional registrants
$1,795

Instructors

Raymond J. Drago, P.E.

Raymond J. Drago is Chief Engineer of Drive Systems Technology, Inc. (DST), a mechanical power transmission consulting organization that he founded in 1976. Prior to this, Mr. Drago worked for the Boeing Company – Helicopters Division until his retirement after 37 years of service. Currently Mr. Drago is involved in the analysis, design, manufacture, assembly, and testing of many gear systems. In his role with DST, Mr. Drago is active in all areas of mechanical power transmission, including the design and analysis of drive systems in a very diverse field of application from heart pumps to very large mining & mill gears. He has also prepared and delivered more than 150 seminars dealing with various aspects of gear design and analysis.