Course "Introduction to Vibration"
ABtronix B.V. will organise the 
2-day course "Introduction to Vibration" each year in October. The course provides a practical introduction to the subject of vibration testing and emphasises the practical aspects of it: - the realities, the problems, the mistakes, the do's and dont's.

This course aims to give more insight knowledge to the followers of the course in:

  • testing with a shaker system
  • dealing with several kind of tests
  • reading the theoretical test and the implementation of the test
  • designing a fixture

This course is meant for persons:

  • who are completely new to the area of testing with shakers
  • who want to extend their knowledge on this matter
  • who write test specifications
  • who want to understand the reality of the shaker tests
  • who designs products which needs to be proven by shaker tests
  • who want to purchase a shaker system

Course "Fixtures, Software and Specifications for Vibration"
ABtronix B.V. will organise the 1-day course "Fixtures, Software and Specifications for Vibration" each year in October. This course aims to give more insight knowledge to the attendees in:
* developing and modelling fixtures and working with fixtures
* the pro's and con's of fixtures
* explanation of matters like cross axial stiffness, over-turning moment and centre of gravitation (CoG)
* detailed information of accelerometers and how to use them correctly
* the sense and non-sense about specifications
* dealing with different kind of tests: sine - random - classical shock - resonance search track & dwell (RSTD - sine on random (SoR)   - random on random (RoR) -   shock response spectrum (SRS)
* reading a theoretical test and the practical use of it

This course is meant for persons:
* who has attended the course "Introduction to Vibration" and want to extend their knowledge
* who develop fixtures
* who meet problems while testing with shakers

The attendees are kindly invited to bring along their fixtures, about which they want to know more in detail and why they may be wrong.