Dive into the world of Metal, Automotive & Hardness applications

 Intelligent testing solutions—The right product for any application

  • Testing machines from the ZwickRoell Group ensure reproducible and reliable test results based on internationally standardized test methods.
  • Our testing solutions deliver accurate, repeatable, repro-ducible, and traceable test results.
  • We develop materials testing machines and instruments communicating with the people who use it. 
  • 7 webinars
  • 3 live demonstrations

Measurement Uncertainty: Simple and Complex – Introduction and Proof Strength

Learn basics of measurement uncertainty and the correct wordings in examples. How does a result for Rp0.2 look like? Why is measurement uncertainty so important and what did we implement in ZwickRoell testing software to support you.  

Choosing the best drive technology for your individual fatigue test

What are the differences, limits and advantages of the drive technologies in dynamic and fatigue testing? We will compare the technology of Vibrophore with the Servohydraulic fatigue machines and explain why understanding of the different technologies is crucial in the world of fatigue testing. Rounded by a demonstration of typical use-cases and advantages provided by each drive technology.

Reliable testing of Metals to the ISO 6892-1:2017 

The tensile standard ISO 6892-1 is a method for tensile testing of metallic materials for determination of mechanical properties at room temperature and is one of the most used standards in the metal industry. Find out more about Tensile Tests on Metals to ISO 6892-1 Method A1. What has been significantly changed compared to its earlier versions? Understand the requirements of the new method A1. Learn how you can benefit from the advanced solutions offered by ZwickRoell in your daily development work.

Join us for a live demonstration of a tensile test on a metal sample from our ZwickRoell Xperience Center in Singapore.

Tensile Testing of Metallic Materials at High-Temperatures according to ISO 6892-2

After participating in this webinar, you will know why strain rate control is important and ISO 6892-2 attaches great importance to it. Why temperature measurement and control is a decisive factor. Which main components a ZwickRoell high temperature test system consists of. How high-temperature test systems can be configured and what the workflow for a high-temperature test looks like.      

Low Cycle Fatigue Testing for Metals

Low cycle fatigue (LCF) is low-cycle endurance testing, where homogeneous materials are subject to mechanical cyclic plastic strains that cause fatigue failure within a short number of cycles. Element provides testing to a number of industry specifications. Relevant standards for LCF are ASTM E606, ISO 12106, BS 7270, ASTM D3479, etc. These are standard test methods for strain-controlled fatigue testing. The LCF result allows us to study the behavior of the material in greater depth to better understand the complex mechanical and metallurgical phenomena (crack propagation, work softening, strain concentration, work hardening, etc.). This Webinar explains the fundamental testing features to look out for and the choice of a reliable testing machine.

High speed testing in international standards, testing technology and specimen definition

ZwickRoell offers High-Speed Testing Machines from 25 to 160 kN for puncture tests and high-speed tensile tests. Specimen definition is a key factor for the interpretation of high speed tests. Learn about the advantages of hydraulic testing technology and the key points for specimen definition in accordance with international standards.

Metal testing applications for high capacity testing machines up to 2500 kN

Get to know the most common test applications for high capacity testing. We will talk about the main aspects of tensile test of heavy plate – flat and round specimen, fasteners and screws and strand wires.

  • Presented by: Mr. Oskar Gnant and Mr. Wolfgang Maier, ZwickRoell in Ulm (Germany)   
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Versatility of the LTM Electrodynamic Testing Machine

The LTM is an electrocynamic testing machine with a drive based on linear motor technology. ZwickRoell's developed patented drive concept enables the LTM to be used for both dynamic and static materials and components testing. Explore with us the versatile LTM applications in the medical, plastics, composites or metal industry.

Utilizing Artificial Intelligence for Hardness Testing

Why do we need to use Artificial Intelligence in Hardness Testing? This webinar will explore the reasons to use AI for this type of testing and its benefits. We will explain how this new technology works and show you how it looks like. 

Join us for a live demonstration of the AI software whilst performing a hardness test.

  • Presented by: Mr. John Piller and Mr. Keatan Pangli, ZwickRoell in Birmingham (UK)
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Mechanical Testing Solutions for Automotive High Voltage Batteries

This webinar describes the use of Lithium-ion batteries in vehicles and discusses the various types of tests that need to be performed to certify the cells for public use. A particular focus lies on mechanical tests that are being performed on lithium-ion cells, modules and battery packs. ZwickRoell provides different solutions for material, structural, functional and abuse tests for the battery industry. This webinar shows examples of ZwickRoell mechanical testing solutions for cell research and development as well as quality control.

  • Presented by: Mr. Aleksander Koprivc and Ms. Anna Saumweber, ZwickRoell in Ulm (Germany)
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