Milwaukee Heat Treat Expo 2016


ThermTech is hosting our 2nd annual Heat Treat Expo on Friday January 29th, 2016. This technical heat treating exposition will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn at 11600 West Park Place in Milwaukee, WI.

View Full 2016 Heat Treat Expo Schedule.

This expo is open to any employees of your company who you feel would benefit from this event. RSVPs can be sent directly to Limited seating available!

Please RSVP by responding with the following information:

  1. First/Last Name of each Attendee 
  2. Email Address
  3. Company Representing
  4. RSVP to Morning or Afternoon Session

Due to the number of early RSVP’s we have decided to have a morning and afternoon session. If you will be attending the morning session you may arrive at 7:00 AM to join us for refreshments (coffee, bagels, muffins, bloody marys etc). Everyone is welcome to attend Lunch which will be served at 11:15 AM. There will be an open bar throughout the day along with raffles & prizes! Networking will also be possible before and after the presentation. Each presenter will have a table-top to answer further questions you may have throughout the day.

We are working with several steel suppliers to provide important information on the decisions made within the manufacturing and heat treatment processes. Our mission is to be your technical partner, helping you develop the best heat treat process for your application.

This year we will be covering a variety of Technical Presentations on the following:

  • ThermTech  Quench and Temper
  • Alro Steel  Comparisons, Benefits, and Uses of A2 – S7 – D2 
  • Bohler-Uddeholm  Heat-treating Stainless Steel and its Effects on Corrosion Resistance and Polishing 
  • Ellwood Specialty Steel  Charpy Testing of NADCA Die Cast Tool Steels
  • Hitachi Metals  Carbide effects on Material Characteristics 
  • Zapp  Advantages of Powder Metal High Performance Steels 

At our 2015 Heat Treat Expo last year we covered a variety of topics, including:

  • A Visual Guide to Tool Steel Processing
  • Vacuum Heat Treating-How and Why
  • Tempering 101
  • Understanding Customer Order Forms
  • Utilization of our Customer Service Group