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Modern methods for High Temperature Nanoindentation

Many materials can experience temperature dependent changes such as dislocation movement and creep processes. High Temperature Nanoindentation provides a robust technique to examine mechanical properties at elevated temperatures, not possible with conventional mechanical testing methods.

Micro Materials in partnership with the AZo network have talked to researchers currently working in the area of high temperature nanomechanics about the current state of the art in high temperature hardware and methodology.

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Maximum load of the High Load Head increased to 30 N

Micro Materials are pleased to announce that the maximum load of the high load head for the NanoTest Vantage systems has been extended to 30 N.

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US Demonstration Facility

Micro Materials are very pleased to announce a new partnership with MechAction, Inc. based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

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Appointment of Distributor in Australia and New Zealand

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Hylec Controls…

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Recent publications from our users

Micro Materials have produced a review of some of the…

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