Advanced Sheet Metal Design Seminar

We’re excited to be hosting an Advanced Sheet Metal Design seminar with a focus on reducing costs while increasing strength and integrity of parts. Join us at our Harrisburg, PA showroom location as we learn from TRUMPF Assistant Training Manager, Grant Hagedorn.

In this educational seminar, we’ll cover everything from sheet metal design and fabrication to the latest in TRUMPF technology. So if you’d like to attend, please read on for details and RSVP below. Remember to bring your questions to “Ask the Expert!”

  • Thursday, August 22nd – 9:00a-4:00p
    Mid Atlantic Machinery, Harrisburg, PA
    6332 Flank Drive
    Harrisburg, PA 17112
    Cost to attend: $500

This one day event is a great opportunity to learn from an experienced TRUMPF engineer on redesigning parts to maintain strength and integrity, while reducing your costs. Grant Hagedorn is the Assistant Training Manager for TRUMPF North America. He has been with TRUMPF for 16 years, starting as a Training Engineer teaching Press Brake Operation, Programming and Maintenance. Since 2008 Grant has taught thousands of end users about flexible sheet metal equipment in both machine operation, application consulting and design. 

During this event you’ll learn how to:

  • Reduce weight of parts
  • Reduce cost of parts
  • Make production easier
  • Reduce mistakes
  • Replace difficult processing steps with simple ones
  • Overview of laser, punch & bending technology
  • And more!

We hope to see you and your colleagues at our Advanced Sheet Metal Design seminar! If you’re interested in attending please let us know. Simply fill out the RSVP form below and be sure to mark how many people will be attending. Someone from our team will be in touch to confirm your registration and provide payment details. 

VIDEO: Seminar Overview
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