Pulstec’s residual stress analyzer uses a two-dimensional sensor to display the entire Debye-Scherrer ring in a 2D or 3D view. For a more in-depth explanation, please view our blog.
Our non-contact hardness variation scanner uses X-ray diffraction to safely and reliably inspect the surface of steel and maps FWHM (Full-Width-Half-Maximum) obtained from X-ray diffraction as hardness.
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