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thickness of SS

thickness of SS

thickness of SS

Good morning all
I need your help.
in ultrasonic measurement thickness of SS, can I use 0 probe with 4 or 5 Mhz frequency. for the thin piece.
because when I use the 2Mhz give me a bad echos.

RE: thickness of SS

You should be seeking help from your probe supplier.
We here can be of little help, since you haven't identified the probe you found wanting, or the machine to which it is attached, or the thickness of material that's giving you trouble.

You'd have a better chance of getting help with such a grossly incomplete query in another forum; this one is dedicated to gears and pulleys and such.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: thickness of SS

" grossly incomplete query " - Hi Mike, well put. Maybe there should be a weekly award for the most grossly incomplete query. Seems like there are more and more competitors, at least on the forums I lurk around these days.


Dan T

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