Learn how to test and evaluate fastening designs with support from PEMedge® Services and learn how to choose the best assembly solution for your applications.

Featured Courses

Learn about our Master Classes in fastening technology. Take one of our complimentary live or pre-recorded courses on foundational theory, best practices, application exploration, and other topics to help you get ahead of the competition with our mechanical fastener training.

Intro to Self-Clinch Theory

Learn about self-clinching fasteners and how they can help improve application performance.

Fasteners for Stainless Steel Panels

How to choose the right fastener for proper assembly and performance with stainless sheet metal

Surface Mount Technology (SMT) vs. Broach

Learn how SMT can reduce scrap, handling, and total installed cost for your applications

Additional Courses

With every course, you’ll discover ways to optimize your current fastener usage and meet your biggest application challenges.

  • Catalog Training 101
  • Fasteners for Compact Electronics
  • Captive Panel Fasteners
  • Self-Clinching Locknuts
  • Sheet-to-Sheet Attachment
  • Innovative Solutions for Design
  • Fasteners for Mg and Al Castings
  • Blind Threaded Rivets
  • Threaded Inserts for Plastics
  • Self-Clinching vs. Weld

FastenerClass® from PennEngineering® is a valuable learning tool for suppliers and OEMs in countless industries including:

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Automotive Electronics
  • Datacom and Telecom
  • Industrial
  • Commercial

  • Military
  • Aerospace
  • Medical
  • Food Service
  • Recreation

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Gain valuable insights and competitive advantages by training with the best. Select your class and submit the form to get started. Our team will follow up with you to confirm the date and time.

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