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Choose the Right Hardness Tester

How to Choose the Right Hardness Tester?

The main purpose of using a hardness tester is to measure the hardness of materials. There are some popular hardness testing methods, Rockwell, Vickers, Brinell and Leeb. Find it challenging to choose which one is the most suitable for your testing needs? Here is the article right for you in selecting the right hardness tester.

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Leeb Method

What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Leeb Method?

The Leeb method is a quick and portable hardness test method, which is determined by the ratio of rebound velocity to the impact velocity of a moving impact body. It is best applied to solid parts of the object for example casting and forgings. In the article, we include the advantages and disadvantages of Leeb method in details.

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Vickers Hardness Test

How to Perform a Vickers Hardness Test?

Vickers hardness test is a standard method for measuring materials’ hardness, which is commonly used to measure the hardness or softness of substances like metals, minerals, and plastics. Here’s the article for you to everything about Vickers hardness testing, including basics and principle, Vickers hardness test procedure, formula and calculation.

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