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1/1/2007

Small testing machines

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ADMET Inc. (Norwood, Mass.) has developed the Micro EP line of palm-sized universal testing machines. These small test stages are designed to determine the mechanical properties of miniature specimens in tension, compression or flexure. Each stage can be used as a standalone tester or installed in an optical or atomic

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ADMET Inc. (Norwood, Mass.) has developed the Micro EP line of palm-sized universal testing machines. These small test stages are designed to determine the mechanical properties of miniature specimens in tension, compression or flexure. Each stage can be used as a standalone tester or installed in an optical or atomic microscope to compare the macroscopic stress/strain states with the microscopic changes in the material. The testers exert forces as small as a few grams or as much as 5 kN. Also new is a testing station for servo-equipped universal testing machines (UTMs). Additionally, the eP Digital Controller is being integrated into many of the company’s new machine configurations and is available as a retrofit to hydraulic and electromechanical testing machines from virtually any supplier.

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