Metallograph


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Me`tal´lo`graph


n.1.A print made by metallography.
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Cross-section images were taken using a Nikon Epiphot 200 metallograph and JEOL JSM-6010 LA scanning microscope.
Taylor noted that IIMAK's Metallograph Continuous Metal Transfer technologies, both digital and analog, offer manufacturers of printed electronics high productivity with very good yields for very low capital investment.
Composite samples were carefully polished using standard metallographic practice and observed using a Carl-Zeiss make metallograph to confirm the uniform distribution of WC and graphite particles.
A mounted and polished cross-section of the failed hose was examined on a Nixon Epichot 30 metallograph.
The variations in depth of the microchannels were estimated using an inverted optical microscope, inverted metallograph and profilometers.
Historians would be thrilled at one item Westby procured: the Bausch & Lomb Research II Metallograph the late IBM soldering guru Roger Wild used to perform his benchmark solder reliability studies.
exhibited two new analysis systems--the GDS500A Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometer and the GX-51 Inverted Metallograph from Olympus.
The metallurgical microscope is called a metallograph. Inverted microscopes are made in two versions that differ in size and versatility.
Representative metallograph and microstructures of surface for SCM415 with different composite heat treatments are shown in Figures 6-8.ItisseenfromFigure 6 that the film of the carburizing-tempering is about 0.09 mm.