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The Many Uses of Copper Alloys, sponsored by ABC Metals, Inc.

February 2014, presented by Jim Michel, technical services manager, Copper Development Association

Expanding on what was covered in his first two webinars, Introduction to Copper and Copper Alloys and Mill Processing of Copper Alloys, Jim Michel will focus this presentation on the many uses of copper alloys in today’s modern life, including:

1. A review of markets that copper alloys are used in:

2. The many forming processes used to produce the final shapes of copper alloys:

3. A visual tour of many applications of copper alloys:

Whether you are new to the business or are a veteran who may want a refresher, the Many Uses of Copper Alloys presentation will offer educational value for everyone.

 

2014 Global Copper Market Outlook, sponsored by ABC Metals, Inc.

November 2013, presented by Barbara O’Donovan, interim managing editor, American Metal Market

 

 

This annual webinar presentation will provide insights into the major trends and parameters that govern international copper prices and propose pricing scenarios for 2014.

The presentation will detail the following:

Demand Themes

Supply Themes

Investment Themes

Stock Financing

Price Forecasts

 

Mill Processing of Copper Alloys

September 2013, presented by Jim Michel, technical services manager, Copper Development Association

This webinar will cover a general overview of flat rolled mill processing of copper alloy mill products such as plate, sheet and strip and will include a review of the steps in processing product from casting, hot rolling, cold rolling, annealing, finishing to packaging.

The webinar will also discuss general information about two major alloys in this area:

1. C11000 copper

2. C26000 brass

These two alloys are each the most common alloys in their particular copper series and are used for a wide variety of downline products.

 

 

Introduction to Copper and Copper Alloys

May 2013, presented by Jim Michel, technical services manager, Copper Development Association

Understand your industry as a whole. This overview presentation will cover process, product and application for copper and copper alloys, specifically:

 

 

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