Automation is enabling both improved sample quality and throughput for quality critical manufacturing. The automation trend is aiding multiple industries. Often in highly regulated industries, such as in medical, automation need to meet or exceed the quality of production or testing while also increasing output to be commercially viable. Medical grinding and polishing can take […]
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See our latest innovations and meet your representatives. In the following videos you will receive a welcome from Raphael Ayasse, EU Sales Manager and an insight into one of our newest products from Dr. Evans Mogire, EMEA Technical and Lab Manager. Also the UH 4000 Multi Sample demopnstration by Matthias Pascher.
The MS&T 2019 call for papers is open. Submit a 150-word abstract for your 20-minute presentation by March 15. Buehler’s Dr Mike Keeble is proud to be chairing the IMS Symposium at MS&T19, “Characterization of Materials and Properties through Metallography, Mechanical Testing and Analysis − From Fundamentals to the Cutting Edge.” The symposium will include […]
Cutting metallic samples with a metallographic abrasive cutter is a very efficient way of creating samples, which typically minimizes damage in the cut surface reducing subsequent preparation times. There are, however, different usage methods available that can improve cut quality or speed in a variety of circumstances. Chop cutting is the most common method used. […]
Don’t smear it! Avoiding surface deformation in polishing Different materials have different characteristics, and understanding these can help in ensuring effective specimen preparation is achieved. Aluminum, copper, titanium, nickel and their alloys represent some of the most common engineering materials after steel. These metals can be quite ductile. Materials that deform easily can suffer from […]