Instron® AT3 | Configured for Tensile Testing

The AT3 automated testing system utilizes an innovative, three axis design for automatic tensile testing of plastics and other lightweight materials. 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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Tensile Grip Guide

In this video, we discuss some of the key differentiators between the major tensile grip types, including manual versus powered and side action versus wedge. We cover how they work and their suitability in various testing scenarios, in addition to some recommendations for better throughput and efficiency.

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