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  • 鋼品質評価

    非金属介在物の評価の効率が向上し 、鋼の品質を短時間で検証できるため、信頼性の高い性能と長寿命を実現できます。 工業規格や鉄鋼規格がより厳格化し、国際、各国、組織の各規格に準拠した非金属介在物の厳格な評価が必要になっています。
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  • Challenges Faced When Manually Rating Non-Metallic Inclusions (NMIs) to Determine Steel Quality

    Rapid, accurate, and reliable rating of non-metallic inclusions (NMIs) is instrumental for the determination of steel quality. This article describes the challenges that arise from manual NMI rating,…
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  • Criteria to Consider When Choosing a Digital Solution for Steel Quality Rating

    For the efficient and fast rating of non-metallic inclusions to determine steel quality, deciding which digital rating solution to use can be a challenge. This article discusses the important criteria…
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  • Reasons Why There is Growing Need for Fast and Reliable Steel Quality Rating Solutions

    Steel quality is critical for the manufacturing of high-quality components and products. Fast, reliable, and accurate detection and classification of inclusions has become essential for both component…
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  • Top Issues Related to Standards for Rating Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel

    Supplying components and products made of steel to users worldwide can require that a single batch be compliant with multiple steel quality standards. This user demand creates significant challenges…
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  • Rate the Quality of Your Steel: Free Webinar and Report

    This webinar and report describe optimal microscopy solutions for rating steel quality in terms of non-metallic inclusions and reviews the various international and regional standards concerning…
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  • Five Advantages of Inverted Over Upright Microscopes in Industrial Applications

    With inverted microscopes, you look at samples from below since their optics are placed under the sample, with upright microscopes you look at samples from above. Traditionally, inverted microscopes…
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