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fundamental element of complex material, component and device characterization, multiaxial testing requires exceptional precision, accuracy and reliability


Multiaxial Load Frames

Explore an extensive array of multiaxial load frames

As a fundamental element of complex material, component and device characterization, multiaxial testing requires exceptional precision, accuracy and reliability.

MTS multiaxial load frames deliver all of these advantages. Engineered for superior performance in a range of testing applications, these systems represent decades of industry expertise. They include a variety of servohydraulic load frame configurations that apply force along multiple axes simultaneously, replicating real-world materials and component service conditions with absolute precision and accuracy.

Axial/torsional test systems provide exceptional flexibility and durability for both high-force and low-force applications. They are ideal for evaluating material response to multiaxial static and fatigue stresses, testing the durability of medical devices, and applying complex loads to orthopaedic constructs. MTS also offers unique planar biaxial systems for testing true, in-plane stress states of materials or biaxial loading of design elements.
material response to multiaxial static and fatigue stresses, durability of medical devices, complex loads to orthopaedic constructs

Tabletop Axial / Torsional Test Systems

Whether you are investigating material response to multiaxial static and fatigue stresses, evaluating the durability of medical devices, or applying complex loads to orthopaedic constructs, MTS axial/torsional test systems deliver the quality, flexibility and reliability you require.

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Planar Biaxial Test Systems

These multiaxial systems combine modular load frame technology, innovative centroid control, advanced alignment and integrated environmental chambers to investigate true, in-plane stress states of materials, or biaxial loading of design elements.

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