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Design Basics for Sintered Compact Materials

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a Pleasanton Program

Thursday, May 22, 2014
Noon-1:30pm
Location: Dahlin Group, 5865 Owens Drive, Pleasanton, CA 94588
All are welcome, no cost to attend.
Lunch is provided by Fox Marble–RSVPs must be made by 5pm Wednesday! Click here to RSVP and place lunch request.

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This course covers the important aspects of sintered compact surface materials including characteristics, features & benefits, performance properties, uses and design examples. Adam Haedt of Fox Marble will bring multiple samples of Neolith to show its application as countertops, flooring, cabinet laminate and exterior cladding, plus, he’ll demonstrate that its beauty is much more than skin deep! (Neolith is a lightweight, waterproof porcelain slab that seems to be “practically bulletproof.”)

Learning objectives:

1:       At the end of this course, participants will be able to gain a better understanding about sintered compact surfacing materials by being able to identify the uses, types & descriptions of sintered compact surfaces

2:       At the end of this course, participants will be able to gain a better understanding about sintered compact surfacing materials by being able to recognize important performance characteristics of sintered compact surfaces

3:       At the end of this course, participants will be able to gain a better understanding about sintered compact surfacing materials by understanding the proper applications of sintered compact surfaces in the building design process.

4:       At the end of this course, participants will be able to gain a better understanding about sintered compact surfacing materials by understanding how the performance properties relate to other surfacing products for optimal material selection in the design process.

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