Buehler Offers Back to Basics Metallography Webinar

Buehler, an ITW Company and a global manufacturer of scientific equipment announces a ‘back-to-basics in metallography’ webin...

The webinar key concepts are applicable to industrial and research laboratory environments with low or high sample throughputs.

Buehler, an ITW Company and a global manufacturer of scientific equipment announces a ‘back-to-basics in metallography’ webinar: entitled Five Fundamentals for Efficient Materials Sample Preparation on June 30, 2020.  The key concepts are applicable to industrial and research laboratory environments with low or high sample throughputs.  

The topic will include key considerations to improve lab efficiency that also results in increased throughput in a production environment. This is important for precision critical industries such as aerospace, automotive, medical device, electronics and other industries that need to ensure the quality of raw metallic materials, components, fasteners and other metal parts.

Metallographic preparation involves multiple stages that present challenges relating to, which equipment, consumables, and what are the optimal settings for a fast and reproducible preparation. Due to the many options, it can be challenging to identify an approach that is both efficient and effective.

Buehler’s webinar will focus on the five key parts to achieving highly efficient sample preparation. For each part, core considerations will be discussed, examples will be given and resources to help improve materials selection and processes will be provided. 

Instructions on material selection and preparation processes will help the participants, to:
•Recognize common problems in preparation approach
•Identify improvement opportunities in their current approach
•Know how to find the right information for their material and application
•Be able to optimize the preparation process for time, cost and quality

The webinar is presented for metallurgical technicians, engineers and others who carry out sample preparation and hardness testing of materials in a research or education environment or as part of quality control or inspection. Register at the website below. 

For more information:

Buehler, an ITW Company
Phone: 
(847) 295-6500
URL: 
https://www.buehler.com/buehler-webinar-registration.php