New Epsilon ONE® Videos and Tech Notes
See how to determine what Field of View is required, watch an Epsilon ONE demonstration, and more
When selecting a video extensometer you will need to know how large the Field of View needs to be for your specimens. A new video, “Determine What Field of View You Require – Experimental Method”, available here, shows customers how. Customers can also calculate the required FOV using this Tech Note.
Speaking of selecting a video extensometer, see Epsilon’s Dr. Wes Womack give an in-depth Epsilon ONE demonstration in the new video here.
Non-contacting extensometers are a great solution when testing in an environmental chamber. Learn more about how Epsilon ONE works with environmental chambers here.