Offering testing speeds of as fast as six seconds per test cycle, the Newage MT91 automatic microhardness traverse testing system features a precise Rockwell type testing method that requires no manual interpretation of the impression. It measures hardness based on depth of penetration rather than using an optical system that determines hardness based on impression size. Suitable for high-volume applications it is a cost-effective solution for applications that require advanced microhardness functionality, such as complex case depth traverses. The system consists of a MT91 microhardness tester with video camera, combined with a personal computer, a motorized X-Y axis positioning table and Newage’s proprietary C.A.M.S. (Computer Assisted Measurement System) software.
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