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Micromechanical methods include compression, tension and bending tests, shear testing, adhesion testing, fatigue testing and fracture toughness. Thin film testing methods such as bulge testing and thermal straining are also used. This range of combined micromechanical tests is used to measure the mechanical properties of materials directly at the nano scale. In particular, micromechanical testing focuses on the influence of surface microstructure on mechanical properties, as opposed to relying on conventional geometry-independent measurements like the elastic modulus.
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Featured Equipment
The FT-FS5000 Compression Tester is a compact and self-contained metrological system designed for sophisticated micromechanical testing of samples where small forces need to be detected.
The new NanoTest Vantage system from Micro Materials Ltd offers a range of mechanical tests on the nano-scale, allowing the researcher to build a complete picture of material performance. The nanotest Vantage can characterise you samples using numerous techniques including nanoindentation, nano-impact and fatigue, nano-scratch and wear and nano-fretting.
Bruker's UMT-1 nano- and micro-mechanical test instrument platform provides ultimate flexibility in indentation and scratch testing. The system utilizes six interchangeable mechanical heads that enable easy conversion from indenter to scratch tester, and between micro and nanoscale capabilities.
Other Equipment
The UMT-3 is highly robust and flexible, making it the most widely used tribometer worldwide performing practically every common industrial tribological test required needed in industries from aerospace, petroleum and automobile to engine, bearing, and fastener manufacturing.
The TI 750H Ubi depth-sensing instrument available from Hysitron is exclusively designed for quantitative nanomechanical characterization. It comes with a distinctive profile that is customized for specific applications.
Hysitron offers an advanced nanomechanical test instrument called TS 75 TriboScope.
Bruker's UMT-2 Nano+Micro Tribometer is the most versatile nano- and microtribometer in the world. It features a multiple-configuration, fully-computerized, single-instrument platform that utilizes Bruker's acclaimed and unique modular design, and can perform practically every common tribological test on nano and micro scales.
The M150 from Ardic Instruments is a MEMS Analyzer used for the characterization of microstructural mechanical properties. It is possible for the user to quickly obtain resonance peaks of a microstructure through wide bandwidth frequency scanning and real-time Fourier transform (FFT).
The FemtoTools FT-S Microforce Sensing Probes are microforce sensors capable of measuring forces from millinewtons (10-3 N) down to several nanonewtons (10-9 N) along the sensors’ probe axis.
The Hysitron TI 950 TriboIndenter is the next- generation nanomechanical test instrument providing industry- leading sensitivity and unprecedented performance. The TI 950 has been developed as an automated, high throughput instrument to support the numerous nanomechanical characterization techniques developed by Hysitron.
The FT-G Microgripper series is designed to handle micro-sized objects and are accessories to one of the FemtoTools Microhandling systems, such as the FT-GS1000 Microassembler.
The FemtoTools FT-FS1000 Mechanical Probe is the world’s most versatile micromechanical testing instrument.