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Micro Materials Nanomechanical Testing Workshop

Event Details:

Start date : March 09, 2010
End date : March 09, 2010
Location : Wrexham
Organized by : LOT-Oriel

Event Description:

Micro Materials Ltd (MML) will hold a one-day meeting on recent advances in
the field nanomechanical testing at their production facility in Wrexham on
9th March 2010.

This is your chance to find out more about innovation in mechanical measurements
at the nano and micro scale, including nanoindentation, nano-impact, nano-scratch
and more. The day will provide a mixture of presentations, discussion and live
system demonstrations.

MML are a world leading manufacturer of nanomechanical testing instruments.
In recent years, they have pioneered nanomechanical testing in real-world conditions.
This innovative approach has led to the development of unique testing modules,
among them the high temperature testing module, which allows testing of a sample
heated up to temperatures of 750°C. MML also offer a unique liquid cell,
which allows the testing of samples fully immersed in fluid. The patented MML
nano-impact and fatigue system affords unrivalled information on fracture and
fatigue behaviour. As the NanoTest is fully modular one can tailor experiments
to replicate mechanical stress as it would be in the field, such as cutting
tools at high temperature.

New developments to be discussed include purging capability for testing in
low-oxygen conditions, nano-fretting, and a new sub-ambient temperature stage.

Upgrade options for existing customers will also be discussed, including the
new generation of control electronics and software, Platform 3. These new developments
have vastly improved usability and performance.

The workshop is free of charge and includes lunch and refreshments. As numbers
are limited, early registration is recommended. To register please use the link
below or e-mail angela@lotoriel.co.uk.

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