Fischer Technology, Inc.
750 Marshall Phelps Rd.
Windsor , CT 06095 US
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How Does Aluminum Impact Dry Film Thickness Readings?
Jay Kunick from Fischer discusses why different dry film thickness gauges will give different measurements on aluminum, and how to get accurate readings.
Fischer Tools Reduce Measuring Time
Nanodentation and progressive load scratch testers measure mechanical properties of coatings.
Fischer Quality Control Systems Designed for Customization
Fischer Technology offers optimization for manufacturing automation.
Mobile Device Measures Coating Thickness on Variety of Metals
The Phascope Paint has large measuring range up to 98 mils, and is well-suited for very thick coatings.
XRF Device Optimized for Coating Thickness Measurement, Alloy Analysis
Fischer Technology’s lightweight Fischerscope Xan 500 X-ray fluorescence (XRF) instrument can be used as a handheld device or a fully enclosed desktop unit, or integrated directly into production lines.
Measuring Dry Film Thicknesses on Aluminum
Fischer Technology’s Jay Kunick says two important factors that influence measurement accuracy are electrical conductivity and part curvature.
Fischer Technology Names Tech Advisor for New Chicago Office
Fischer Technology has opened a sales and service facility in Chicago and named Craig Kuchta as the technical advisor for this office.
XRF Suited for Material Analysis, Coating Thickness Measurement
Fischer Technology will demonstrate its XAN500 X-ray fluorescence instrument for coating thickness measurement and alloy analysis at Sur/Fin 2018, well-suited for quality, incoming inspection and process control of electroplated, multilayer and alloy coatings.
How to Test Coatings with Nanoindentation
Fischer Technology’s Rahul Nair explains the benefits of using nanoindentation to measure a coating’s mechanical properties.
Reading a Type II Dry Film Thickness Gage
Q: What should I look for when comparing gages? Testing and measurement expert Rob Weber from Fischer Technology provides this answer.
Fischer Expands Manufacturing Capacity In Germany
See The Video! The 85,000 sq ft building was built with 4,800 tons of recycled stone from the previous buildings on the site.
Measuring Up On Coating Thickness
Fischer Technology’s DataCenter software eases measurement requirements, giving reasons why management guru W. Edwards Deming said: “If I had to reduce my message for management to just a few words, I’d say it all had to do with reducing variation.”
Seeing Inside Nooks and Crannies for Auto Corrosion Protection
Fischer Technologies (Windsor, CT), a manufacturer of coating thickness, material testing and material analysis instrumentation, has introduced a new, non-destructive flexible probe which they say can get inside normally inaccessible cavities to get measurements.
Flexible Thickness Measurement
Instrument handles variety of coatings, thicknesses and substrates
Coating Thickness Measurement
A REVIEW OF AVAILABLE TEST METHODS, COMMON APPLICATIONS AND INNOVATIVE INSTRUMENTATION...
Coating Thickness Measurement: The Fundamentals
A review of available test methods, common applications and innovative instrumentation...
Test Methods For Evaluating Anodized Aluminum
Benefits of anodizing include durability, color stability, ease of maintenance, aesthetics, cost of initial finish and the fact that it is a safe and healthy process. Maximizing these benefits to produce a high–performance aluminum finish can be accomplished by incorporating test procedures in the manufacturing process.
Gearing Up for Automotive Finishing
Things were changing in the Southeast United States. New industries were moving in, namely, automotive. Roy Metal Finishing saw this and geared up its production lines to meet the requirements of its newest customers...