Aluminum Die Casting Instruction for NADCA and the Industry
May 22, 2014
As part of an ever advancing industry, the needs for higher education are growing.
In conjunction with NADCA, Premier Die Casting Company is providing a leading role in a new level of training for operators in foreign language. One of Premier’s leading die casting experts, Sammy Medina, is branching out to the rest of the die casting industry with new Spanish speaking training classes.
Sammy Medina, seen above, has been in the die casting industry for 17 years, and is currently one of the supervisors for Premier Die Casting. He is well versed in the industry, knows the standards for both aluminum and zinc die casting, and is an expert in troubleshooting defects. In hopes of advancing the industry, Sammy is working closely with NADCA in order to provide his knowledge in a multilingual web-based classroom.
NADCA is currently working with Premier Die Casting on the first ever Spanish series webinar schedule. The three topics being covered in these webinars are: Die Casting Machine Safety, Metal and Material Handling, and Defects. These courses have never before been available in Spanish making this a huge leap for die casters across the country.
Die Casting Machine Safety will cover multiple details that are crucial to the safety of both the operators of the machinery as well as the machine itself. There will be an important discussion of an industry procedure called ‘Lock-out-Tag-out’, which involves de-energizing the die casting machine in order for operators to safely work while not scheduled for production.
Metal and Material Handling
In Metal and Material Handling, Premier Die Casting will be promoting the importance of material quality in both raw and finished product. Die casting uses a variety of alloys in aluminum, zinc, magnesium, and more. It is crucial that proper procedures are followed to insure the materials used are of the highest quality. This includes how the metal is melted, transportation, furnace maintenance, and alloy composition.
The final course will be a Defects class. Premier Die Casting’s very own Sammy Medina will be giving his own personal experiences in the classroom to better help others in the Spanish speaking community succeed in the die casting industry. A multitude of variables from mold construction to process control will allow attendees the ability to troubleshoot a variety of complex defects and provide corrective actions to their problems.
Making a Difference in the Industry
Premier Die Casting is always holding the highest standard in mind when it comes to the education of employees. Our experienced staff has proven to be an asset to NADCA, and is looking to make a difference in the industry with the new line of Spanish held lectures.
Premier Die Casting Company has been in business for 69 years. We have a diverse customer base that serves many industries and markets. Today Premier is growing and hiring new employees to meet the demands of the growing global economy.
Premier utilizes state of the art equipment in manufacturing high pressure aluminum die castings such as Kawasaki robots, VisiTrak process monitoring systems, Mokon die temperature control systems, vacuum die casting, and a central lubrication system for the die spray.