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MATERIALS TESTING / NO. 43 / JULY 2016 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Meeting Global Standards for Tensile Testing of Structural Plastics
Suspension Testing Lab Remotely Monitors Test Progress
Reliable Contact Strain Measurement with MTS Fundamental™ Automatic Extensometer (FAX)
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MTS Testing Solutions to meet plastics global standards.
 
Meeting Global Standards for Tensile Testing of Structural Plastics
 
Structural plastics play a vital role across many industries as manufacturers seek to reduce the weight and cost of vehicles, consumer goods and more. MTS Senior Applications Engineer, Scott Anderson discusses how MTS testing solutions can help manufacturers and compounders meet ISO and ASTM standards for these materials more effectively.

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Suspension Testing Lab Remotely Monitors Test Progress
 
BWI Group, a leading global manufacturer of vehicle brake and suspension systems, uses MTS remote monitoring technology to help ensure meaningful test results and maintain peak productivity.

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Reliable Contact Strain Measurement with MTS Fundamental™ Automatic Extensometer (FAX)
 
Automated contact extensometers simplify testing routines while improving throughput to deliver more accurate test results.

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