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Buehler is having the 2020 Wilson hardness webinar series this year to honor the 100 year anniversary of Wilson hardness products. The first topic will focus on surface hardened parts.
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Buehler, an ITW Company and a global industrial manufacturer of value-added consumables and specialty material testing equipment announces the 2020 Hardness Webinar Series.  The first Webinar in the series will be conducted in English, German and French and offered on several dates, and time zones throughout March 2020.  The webinar will explore hardness test application on surface hardened parts with Vickers and Rockwell testing.  Click here to register <https://www.buehler.com/buehler-webinar-registration.php>

 

The webinar is presented for metallurgical technicians, engineers and others who carry out hardness testing of materials as part of quality control or inspection during production of aerospace or automotive parts.  In the March webinar there will be a review these hardness testing applications:

 

  • Specimen preparation for microhardness tests

 

  • Case study of surface hardened parts

 

  • Evaluate hardness mapping of surface hardened parts

 

  • Hardness Traverse Testing with:

 

  • Carburized Hardening Depth (CHD) parts

 

  • CHD Relative for Induction Hardened parts

 

  • Nitride/Plasma Hardened parts.

 

Sign up today free https://www.buehler.com/buehler-webinar-registration.php and get a place in the virtual Buehler classroom.  Attendees will also receive a certificate of participation right after the Webinar.  The Webinar is interesting for you, but the date does not suit? Simply register and you will get a recording shortly after the event.

 

For additional information on Buehler please visit the Buehler website https://www.buehler.com/

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