ADVANCED MACHINIG COURSE
Manufacturing Automation Laboratories provide training to machine tool, machining process planning and cutting tool engineers periodically. The seminars are usually half a day long, and highlights basic principles behind metal cutting physics and vibration avoidance. Five days long machining course train the engineers in basic principles of tooling, work material influence, dynamic testing of machine tools and chatter vibration avoidance.
The course is given by Professor Altintas in the form of practical lectures followed by hands on training on the machine tool.
SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING GRADUATE STUDENTS
Recently Professor Altintas has initiated a scholarship fund for students who will study metal cutting mechanics, machine tool vibrations, machine tool control, CAM and precision machine design. MAL Manufacturing Automation Laboratories Inc. and its partners from Europe and Asia are proud to be contributors to this project. If you would like to join us, contribute to this graduate scholarship and help ensure the continued growth and strong future of Manufacturing Research and Education, please consider donating (Donations can be made by check and wire transfer).
Manufacturing Engineering Seminar (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Aerospace Division, Nagoya, Japan, June 29, 2012)
In June 2012, Professor Yusuf Altintas gave a seminar to 90 manufacturing engineers from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and its suppliers. He also visited the Aircraft Parts Machining plant. More pictures here.
IMTS 2010 - International Manufacturing Technology Show (Chicago, USA, September 08 - 13, 2010)
IMTS 2010 is the 28th edition of the premier manufacturing technology show in North America. More than 1,500 exhibiting companies will occupy 1.2 million net square feet of exhibit space at the McCormick Place complex in Chicago, Illinois.
Prof. Yusuf Altintas and Dr. Doruk Merdol have demonstrated MAL Inc.'s newest technologies in cutting process simulation and optimization area. MAL Inc. Team would like to thank our visitors.
Industrial Machining Seminar
(Kobe City, Japan, July 13, 2007)
Interpreters: Prof. T. Moriwaki & Prof. J. Hoshi