Cemented carbide stands unrivalled in the fields of tool manufacturing, metal forming and many other industrial sectors. In an upcoming online seminar series, the experts will share their extensive knowledge free of charge, giving participants the competitive edge that is needed to prevail in today’s markets.

The seminars are specifically designed to provide participants with first-hand knowledge and insider perspectives on applications, latest industry trends and the advantages of cemented carbide as compared with other hard materials.

In addition to the wealth of market-critical information, Q&A sessions after each seminar will give participants the opportunity to explore the topics even further. This free online seminar series will take place from 15 to 19 March 2021 in a remote online setting that offers participants an environment both convenient and safe.

All seminars will be held in English. Single seminars can be booked, though participation in all seminars offers the greatest benefit. In case the dates of seminars are inconvenient, registered users can watch a recording on demand at any later time.

The seminars will take place via a web-based online platform. There is no need to install any additional software. Participants can simply use their browser. People who prefer their name not to be visible can join anonymously and can even ask questions in the chat without revealing their name.

Additional information on the eCarbide series and the content of the individual seminars, along with the registration links, is available at https://www.ceratizit.com/int/en/company/trade-shows/online-seminars.html.

Seminar schedule

Date

Time

Topic

15 March

2 pm (CET)

Carbide Basics

16 March

10 am (CET)

Focus: Tool & Die Industry

17 March

10 am (CET)

Focus: Metal Forming

17 March

2 pm (CET)

Focus: Carbide for High Performance Cutting Tools

18 March

10 am (CET)

Carbide Experts I: Joining Technologies

18 March

2 pm (CET)

Carbide Experts II: Machining

19 March

10 am (CET)

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