Up to 3-in-1 for your quality assurance: tensile test characteristics, universal hardness testing and optical measurement technology in one device.
- High-precision optical 3D measurement of surfaces.
- Standardised hardness test (Brinell, Vickers and Knoop).
- Determination of Stress-strain curves and mechanical properties from hardness imprints using an indentation method.
Three tests and measurement
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Universal and unique: Tensile test characteristics, universal hardness testing and optical measurement technology in one device.
The results are
- Stress-strain curve
- 0.2% offset yield strength
- Ultimate tensile strength
- Ductility (possible as uniform elongation or elongation at break for selected materials)
- Anisotropy (qualitative)
Both technical and true curves are calculated and can be displayed in the user interface and exported for further use.
It is a software algorithm that calculates material parameters from the three-dimensional shape of a hardness impression using FEM simulations. The method is specified in accordance with DIN SPEC 4864. The link to the standard can be found here.
The indentation is carried out mechanically on a test specimen, followed by an optical evaluation with an interferometer and calculation with an algorithm.
Normally, these can only be determined qualitatively. However, they can also be calculated quantitatively for individual applications.