Yield point,
tensile strength
and ductility
in one point
Quality assurance and material
testing by the indentation method
according to DIN SPEC 4864
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Quality makes an impression
Redefined with our testing machines i3D R / BVR
Material testing
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Digital innovation
in quality assurance
New opportunities in
component optimization
and quality assurance of
metallic materials
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Our Services

Our unique testing machines allow you a new way of quality assurance and optimization of your products. Check with the impression method (DIN SPEC 4864) to determine yield strength tensile strength and ductility, as well as conventional and standard-compliant Brinell test methods (DIN EN ISO 6506-1) , Vickers (DIN EN ISO 6507-1) and Rockwell (DIN EN ISO 6508-1).

i3D R / BVR

The innovative hardness tester i3D R / BVR combines proven testing technology and the latest Findings from materials testing in a machine.
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Services

We offer conventional and innovative hardness test methods. Using Rockwell, Brinell or Vickers hardness testing and impression techniques, we test your components and samples for hardness and pinpoint strength.
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Imprintec - more than Hardness Testing

Since 2013, the company Imprintec – Material Testing Solutions has been dealing with the mechanical material testing and the impression method for the determination of the mechanical characteristics of yield strength, tensile strength and ductility. Imprintec develops, manufactures and sells testing equipment based on the innovative principle of three-dimensional evaluation of hardness pressures using FEM simulation (impression method).

Materials

Steel | Aluminum | Titanium | Copper | Nickel - Information on the comparability of impression method and tensile test
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DIN SPEC 4864

This test method offers significant improvements in the field of materials testing, so that a variety of steel, aluminum, nickel, titanium and copper materials can now be accurately and extensively tested for mechanical properties comparable to the tensile test.
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Indentation Method

The basic idea of ​​the method is to obtain material properties by comparing FEM simulations with real measurement data. The advantage is that with FEM simulation input and output data are known. If the simulation and experiment match, the material properties can be taken from the simulation.
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Your benefits at a glance

1

Genuine component testing

Yield strength and tensile strength are determined directly on your components and samples. A tensile test can be replaced many times.

2

Optimization of materials and processes

Through tests with high informative value properties become transparent and can be optimized quickly.

3

Precision testing

The material properties are determined in one point. Local differences in the properties of products become visible.

4

Saving resources

Depending on the application, save time, costs, material, machine and / or personnel costs.

5

Non-destructive testing

A test point is between 5-200μm deep, depending on the load level and material used.

6

Digitization and data collection

Material properties can be traced in-house and quickly.

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