AT3 Automated Testing System: Configured for Foil Testing

The Instron® AT3 Automated Testing System utilizes an innovative, adaptable design for testing a variety of materials, including: rigid plastics, elastomers, rubber, thin film, foam, and metals.

In this video, the AT3 is testing foil specimens for electric vehicle batteries. Normal tensile testing of foils can prove challenging, but the versatile AT3 makes it easy, improving repeatability, safety, and efficiency by automating everything from measurement to specimen handling and removal. With a smaller footprint than the AT6 robotic system, the AT3 provides a simple and compact solution while still maintaining high throughput and accuracy.

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