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Buehler's Enrique Albarrán and Al Hannah are ready to meet with customers at MS&T Booth #719. The trade show runs through Wednesday, October 17 . Stop by and see the latest innovations for sample preparation.
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Buehler invites one and all to stop by booth #719 at the MS&T Conference this week. Stop by and drop a card for a chance to win a wireless bluetooth speaker - drawings on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Abrasive Cutting Techniques: Cutting Mode. Read the full blog here:
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During the month of September, several ITW businesses participated in our annual United Way campaign. Giving back to the communities we live and work is an important part of our culture and values. Buehler like many ITW Divisions used this time to have some fun while raising $$$$. Our employees chose the managers and silly task required to earn donations. Thanks to our mangers who participated. #2018UnitedWay #Buehlersacrifices
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The October 2018 #Buehler #Microstructure calendar image is Commercial Purity Aluminum Base Alloy, mag. 100x, viewed using Cross Polarized Light Courtesy of Chinedu Obasih; Buehler; Lake Bluff, IL USA. Thank you to everyone who submitted an image for the 2019 Calendar!
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Different materials have different characteristics, and understanding these can help in ensuring effective specimen preparation is achieved. Aluminum, copper, titanium, nickel and their alloys represent some of the most common engineering materials after steel.
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Sign up for a free Buehler seminar! The seminar will cover the preparation of both traditional & advanced #Aerospace materials, including common problems and how to avoid them. https://buff.ly/2Pa30sj ENGLISH Tue, 25 September 2018 at 11-12 ENGLISH Thu, 27 September 2018 at 19-20
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Low-Melting point metals such as zinc, lead and tin are not always easy to prepare. These metals are very soft and malleable, and attaining a scratch free finish can be challenging. One of the more common problems during preparation of these specimens is embedding.
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On Friday, September 14th Buehler conducted a safety awareness day. We kicked off the event with our annual evacuation drill. The Safety Day Passports encouraged participation and resulted in some in home safety prizes. Participants learned proper Personal Protective Equipment procedures, how to operate an AED and hands on fire extinguisher application. We cooled off from the heat of the day with some ice cream treats. Thanks to everyone for your active participation.
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Thank you to the American Ceramic Society for publishing Doug Ngai and Constandino Relias article in the September issue of Bulletin. The article on page 34 is on 'Indentation Fracture Toughness' and discusses how Vickers indentation eliminates the need for standardized samples to determine fracture toughness of brittle materials. The key is to select the correct system of equations to calculate
fracture toughness from crack morphology. https://buff.ly/2PC1kr7
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