Shot Peening Workshop to be Held in Mexico in January


Electronics Inc. Education Division (EI) is conducting a shot peening workshop in Queretaro, Mexico on January 12 and 13, 2009. The event will be held at the Hacienda Jurica, Queretaro. Anyone who works in the shot peening industry can benefit from this comprehensive workshop, but the program is ideal for aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities. The workshop courses are recognized by the FAA: Mechanics qualified under FAA rules to perform inspections may receive credit for obtaining workshop Certificates of Achievement. Additionally, the flapper peening classes and exam are of special benefit to shot peening operators in the aerospace industry. Workshop topics include Peening Overview, Media Specifications, Proper Coverage and Masking, Peening Intensity Basics, Peening Applications and Equipment, The Science of Peening, Media Size and Quality Inspection Practices, Specifications and Nadcap Audits, Advanced Intensity, Residual Stress Measurement, and Flapper Peen
ing
Specifics. The workshop will be conducted in English and Spanish.

The cost of the two-day workshop is 600 USD per person and includes workbook, break refreshments and lunch. Group discounts are available and the hotel is providing discounted room rates for attendees. Electronics Inc. Education Division will also offer Level I, II and III Shot Peening and Flapper Peening Exams for qualified students on January 13 for 100 USD each.
For more information and a registration form, go to www.electronics-inc.com

About Electronics Inc.

Since 1990, Electronics Inc. has conducted shot peening workshops and on-site training programs for
individuals and companies worldwide. EI also manufactures and distributes products that improve the quality and control of shot peening and blast cleaning processes. In addition, EI publishes The Shot Peener magazine. It features technical articles, new applications for the process, and product and services profiles.

About Shot Peening

Shot peening is a cold-working process in which the material surface is peened to induce compressive stresses and thereby improve fatigue life. Shot peening is used in aerospace, automotive, energy, medical and other industries that need to improve the fatigue properties of metal components.

For more workshop information:

Pam Champaigne (574)256-5001

pam.champaigne@electronics-inc.com

www.electronics-inc.com

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