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This aluminium training is for you

Hydro's Profile Academy is a two-day training session that is structured specifically for you.

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Technical training with aluminium

Most of the training is offered free of charge to customers, product designers and developers, technicians, engineers, and architects across markets and industries. In some countries, participants must pay a small fee according to government regulations.

The information package includes knowledge about tolerances and how various parts can be made to fit together. A seminar on how to understand and interpret often-complicated industry standards regarding tolerances is also part of the program.

Keep learning

Hydro's design manual includes sections on designing with aluminium, alloy selection, joining, profile tolerances, surface quality and surface treatment, machining, corrosion and structural calculations. And a lot more.

Visit to aluminium manufacturing plant

Most sessions take place over two days, and include a visit to one of our manufacturing plants. Agendas normally include a group workshop, which results in the development of a design for a product using extruded aluminium.

Participants have access to product designers, metallurgists, and other internal and external specialists.

Contact us to discuss your participation in one of our upcoming sessions.

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