The Upgraded MINI Flat Specimen Preparation Machine

Tensile tests are done because of several reasons. These tests often begin with the preparation of the specimen using a flat specimen preparation machine. The results gathered from the tests are used as a reference in material selection for engineering applications. Material specifications are also taken from the results of the material’s tensile properties. Measurement of tensile properties is also essential...
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How Important is Edge Quality For Accurate Endmill Tensile Specimen Preparation?

The manner in which a tensile specimen is prepared is of vital importance if accuracy is at all important to you—which, of course, it is.Even slight deformities in tensile specimen preparation can completely ruin the accuracy of test results.With this in mind, we'd like to discuss with you the importance of providing your endmill operator with complete and accurate specimen information. Not all endmills are right...
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TensileMill Announces New Partnership with Cientec

[Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico], [July 13th, 2018] - The Mexican industry of quality control equipment enters a new era with the announced partnership between CIENTEC and TensileMill CNC. CIENTEC will be representing TensileMill CNC’s products in Mexico and within the surrounding areas. Mexico-based businesses will now have access to Tensile Mill’s products to cater to all their tensile testing needs.TensileMill...
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Procedures for Tensile Tests

The Industrial Revolution produced many new materials, but without methods for testing these materials engineers would build structures and hope the materials were strong enough to withstand the forces on them. Building collapses or explosions were some of the first methods used to determine strength of materials. The Little Giant, designed and patented in 1880 by Tinius Olsen, a Norwegian immigrant living in...
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Correctly Preparing Tensile Specimens for the CNC Milling Machine

Tensile testing of materials is critical to a wide array of industries, which means preparing specimens for testing is equally important. If a specimen is not prepared correctly, the test results will be inaccurate; this is costly if a material fails a test that it should have passed, and potentially catastrophic if it passes a test it should have failed.The Basics of Specimen PreparationThe specimen's cut is...
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