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May 25, 2017
In this iNotes™ video, Tom Rummage introduces the StrainTalks program available from the strain measurement experts at Micro-Measurements.  Up to 90-minute seminars are available. ...
May 23, 2017
Since weldable strain gages and temperature sensors were introduced, customers have regularly asked, “Should I use a weldable or a bondable gage?”  The answer depends upon many...
May 18, 2017
In this Micro-Measurements® iNotes™ video, Donielle Dockery  introduces the StudentDAQ USB Data Acquisition for strain gages, load cells, or any mV/V output transducer....
May 16, 2017
When a customer has a large number of staff members who need training on strain gage technology, Micro-Measurements can conduct workshops at their facilities.  This alleviates having a large...
May 12, 2017
Bob Watson discusses Micro-Measurements  strain gages which are designed specific ally for shear modulus testing of composite materials.  Two strain gage designs are available to support...
May 9, 2017
Tom Rummage talks about Bridge Completion Modules (BCM) available from Micro-Measurements.  These versatile modules enable a user to make ¼-bridge and ½-bridge inputs to...
May 5, 2017
Students at the Cal Poly Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering were tasked with the challenge of ensuring that a wing structure is within design limits.  To accomplish this task, a...
May 2, 2017
Bonding a foil strain gage is a laminating process and requires pressure to be applied until the adhesive is cured.  Uniform pressure applied over the strain gage ensures that the layer of...
April 27, 2017
The Cal Poly Pomona Baja SAE team wanted to conduct tests that closely resembled the conditions their vehicle would experience during competition. Obstacles included rock gardens, steep inclines,...
April 20, 2017
A fairly common question that is asked of our Field Design Engineers and Technical Sales Managers is, “How do you remove the strain gage adhesive when the strain measurements are complete?...