Five Fundamentals for Efficient Materials Sample Preparation’

Five Fundamentals for Efficient Materials Sample Preparation

Improve Throughput in Metallographic and Hardness Testing Labs

Save time and money while creating efficient processes!

Buehler knows the challenges of busy labs that are trying to meet production schedules; you may be fighting bottlenecks in the lab or just antiquated methods.  Whether you are preparing metallographic samples for microstructural analysis or hardness testing, sample preparation is a multi-stage process, with a wide variety of options not only on the selection of the steps themselves, but also the equipment, consumables and settings for each step. Due to the many options, it can be challenging to identify an approach that is both efficient and effective.

To assist quality control lab managers and inspection technicians, we created a new webinar on how to get more efficiency in your lab and thereby increasing throughput.  This is important to those of you in high volume manufacturing of parts used in the manufacturing of medical devices, electronics, aerospace, auotomotive industries.

The webinar ‘Five Fundamentals for Efficient Materials Sample Preparation’  will focus on the five key parts to achieving highly efficient sample preparation. For each part, core considerations will be discussed, and examples will be given. Resources to help improve materials selection and processes will also be shown.

By considering each of these five key areas, attendees will be able to:

  • recognize common problems in preparation approach
  • identify improvement opportunities in their current approach
  • know how to find the right information for their material and application
  • be able to optimize the preparation process for time, cost and quality

Registration is complimentary, sign up today and get awplace in the virtual Buehler classroom. You will also receive a certificate of participation right after the Webinar.  The English version of the webinar is offered on June 30, 2020, French and German will be run a week later.  When you get on the registration page, select your language.time zone  and date.   

You only have time to lose or gain – it depends if you attend or not.

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