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BIOMEDICAL TESTING / NO. 25 / JULY 2015 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Advantages of Electric Actuation in Low-Force Testing Applications
Efficiency and Convenience Delivered with MTS Bionix® EnviroBath
Optimizing Strain Control for Low-Force Fatigue Testing
  MTS Systems Biomedical Testing
 
Electric actuation provides the precise control required for low-force, high-frequency testing applications.
 
Advantages of Electric Actuation in Low-Force Testing Applications
 
MTS Senior Application Engineer Steve Trout has more than 35 years of experience responding to the needs of materials researchers and biomedical device manufacturers. In this Q&A, Trout discusses the unique advantages electric actuation brings to low-force testing applications.

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  MTS Biomedical Testing  
Efficiency and Convenience Delivered with MTS Bionix® EnviroBath
 
MTS provides a complete family of fluid baths to accurately and efficiently test biomedical specimens in fluids heated to body temperatures.

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  MTS Acumen Testing Systems  
Optimizing Strain Control for Low-Force Fatigue Testing
 
Small specimen testing with an MTS Acumen® Electrodynamic Test System enables fatigue life studies with lower forces, higher frequencies and precision control technology.

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