The fourth meeting of the project was held on the 19th and 20th of March in Copenhaguen (Denmark), dealing with the scheduled objectives. At this point, different tasks were closed, with a last revision of the tutorials, agreeing final details. Secondly, the dissemination steps were agreed between all the partners that are involved in education activities. The details are going to

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The third meeting of the project was held on the 7th and 8th of October in Istanbul (Turkey), dealing with the scheduled objectives. In this way, the documents presented recently in the intermediate outcomes from the project were glanced over: mainly the “Report with conclusions from the industrial survey”, the “Catalogue of needed skills and

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September 15th to 18th, 2013. The International Cold Forming Group’s plenary meeting was held in Paris. In the paper sessions Unai Ziarsolo (teacher from MAI) presented the paper “Continuous Training of Specialists on Design and Optimization of hot, warm and cold forging processes using FEM simulation technologies” based on the FEMForging Project. http://www.icfg2013.org/en/program2 Target audience

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The report that presents the results of the “Industry survey” is already available. OPEN or DOWNLOAD the “FEM FORGING Industry Needs Survey Report”      

The second meeting of the project was held on the 13th and 14th of March in Padua (Italy), dealing with the scheduled objectives. In this way, the results of the developed industrial survey were analyzed, getting out interesting conclusions that were lead to the directly connected current steps: the preparation of a draft version of

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Is more training and a clearer definition of skills needed in the forging industry? This is your opportunity to have your say and get involved in the project, as well as receiving free access to online training developed in a previous project (MAIATZ SIMULFORM), related to cold forging. Please complete the project survey by Friday,

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The first newsletter details progress we have made towards achieving the goals of enhanced. The newsletter is available HERE. “The kick-off meeting of the project was held on the 8th and 9th of November in Manchester, the meeting allowed the participants to pool and share their opinions with regard to the expected results, putting these

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The FEM FORGING project which is included within the “European Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo Da Vinci – Transfer of Innovation Project” has just begun its journey. This project is focused upon the application of finite element simulation technologies (FEM), in the field of hot, warm and cold forging.   The kick-off meeting of the

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