Recent publications from our users

Micro Materials have produced a review of some of the…

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Successful User Meeting in Madrid

Micro Materias held a successful user meeting in Madrid in 2014. Why not join us for the next one?

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Using nano-impact for predicting cutting tool durability

Nano-impact testing is increasingly recognised as a useful test for evaluating the effect of highly loaded repetitive contact situations. This includes the ability to assess the life of high speed machining tools. Nano-impact testing is particularly suitable for high strain rate contact testing. The strain rates of nano-impact testing are typically 100-1000 s-1, much greater than the nano-indentation strain rates of 0.0001 – 0.01 s-1.

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NanoTest Xtreme Featured in Materials World

A Materials World article has highlighted how the NanoTest Xtreme…

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Testing in vacuum environments now available on the NanoTest Xtreme

Researchers are increasingly demanding that test conditions closely mimic real-world…

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