The Fastener Training Institute (FTI) is offering, “Fastening 101: Understanding the Basics of Threaded Fasteners and the Industry that Produces Them,” a full-day in-person training opportunity at this year’s Fastener Fair USA conference on November 8th (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. ET) in Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland is one of the biggest manufacturing hubs in the U.S.
Industry expert Laurence Claus leads this day-long intensive training opportunity for fastener users, distributors, purchasers, engineers, sales, and manufacturers. This must-take class covers manufacturing
processes, consensus standards, quality control, as well as product and design fundamentals.
Fastening 101 offers a thorough understanding of the fastener industry, including products, applications, industries, and more. It’s a fit for anyone in the fastener industry interested in broadening their knowledge and attendees will discover much more than the basics. The class is ideal for industrial, automotive, aerospace, and military users.
• Fastener design and material options
• Head styles and drive features
• Heat treatments, platings, and coatings
• Market segments
• Cost differences between fasteners
• Basic fastener engineering concepts
• Torque, tightening, tension, stress, and bolt strength
The 4th annual Fastener Fair USA will take place November 8th to 10th — a trade show dedicated to the industry’s full supply chain.