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Old 10th September 2018, 09:45 PM
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Re: Variable Data Test Never Fails

10X the spec times 10X the'll get you there.

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To satisfy yourself that your inspection apparatus is working properly (and able to distinguish defective glue joints), prepare test specimens where you compromise the joint integrity, for example by applying less glue, or remove substrate material to reduce surface area. (As a safeguard, clearly label your defective test samples so you donít lose sight of them and they get shipped as valid product.)

If you want to understand better what is occurring within the joint, instead of a force gage use a tensile tester. A tensile tester measures both force and displacement. Force x Distance = Work. The area under the Force/Displacement curve is Energy. A tensile tester can also apply force at different load rates or at different angles, which might provide valuable information.

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