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Take the Buehler Chop Challenge with the New Abrasive Saws A recently published article in Heat Treat Today, “Airplanes Don’t Fly Without Heat Treating”, explains the importance of heat treating to the aerospace industry. Buehler is proud to work with many heat treat companies that supply safety critical parts to the aerospace industry as well […]
Congratulations to Rudolf Mayer and Steve McMahon ITW, the parent company of Buehler recently recognized two outstanding engineers Rudolf Mayer, Buehler and Steve McMahon, Instron for their contributions to the design of the VH3100 /3300 micro-hardness products. A Vickers hardness tester presses a pyramidal diamond indenter into the surface of the test specimen. The […]
Focus on the task – improve efficiency Hardness testing is commonly used in the field of process control of heat treatment and to evaluate surface hardness and case-hardened depths of surface engineered materials. Hardness case evaluations can be highly automated, which can represent enormous savings in terms of time and efficiency. These systems can incorporate […]
Buehler equipment served a key role in the analysis of the first lunar rocks. “When the samples were brought back from the mission, they were brought to the NASA petrography laboratory in Houston, TX for analysis. NASA scientists did the analysis there in conjunction with Buehler using Buehler products and input from two Buehler geology […]