Hardness Testing in Powder Metallurgy

Publisher: QATM, Part of Verder Scientific

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Hardness Testing in Powder Metallurgy

Hardness testing in powder metallurgy requires completely different parameters and procedures compared to classic hardness testing applications. Samples have to be prepared well to enable the hardness test. Powder has to be embedded in resin, e. g. with a hot mounting press, and afterwards the materialographic specimen has to be polished to obtain a clean surface for hardness testing