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1. STAGE

Q1.01. What is included inside the basic package?

Q1.02. Why is it important to apply the force on the axis of the sample?

Q1.03. How do the jaws move inside the stage?

Q1.04. Can I use different jaws for my samples?

Q1.05. How do I track the region of interests inside the microscope?

Q1.06. Can I use different load cells? If so, how do I switch from one load cell to another?

Q1.07. Which load cells are available?

Q1.08. How do I make the stage “EBSD compatible”?

Q1.09. Can the user calibrate the load cell and displacement before inserting a sample?

Q1.10. How do I connect the stage inside the SEM?

Q1.11. How do I take care of the maintenance?

2. SOFTWARE

Q2.01. Is the software an additional cost?

Q2.02. Can I stop the stage at any given moment?

Q2.03. Can I automatically move the stage to a given strain or force value?

Q2.04. Is it possible to do cyclic testing? If so, how many cycles can the user do?

Q2.05. What kind of information do I see during the test? Which data will be stored by the software?

Q2.06. What is the format of the given data?

Q2.07. What is the rate at which data can be saved? Can I change the data saving rate?

Q2.08. Is there a limit to the total number of data points that can be stored in a file?

Q2.09. Is it possible to integrate the stage software into another software?

3. SAMPLES

Q3.01. What is the typical geometry of a tensile sample?

Q3.02. Is it possible to use samples without a hole?

Q3.03. How do I clamp the sample inside the stage?

Q3.04. What is the maximum width of the sample at the gauge area?

Q3.05. What is the maximum stroke?

Q3.06. What is the typical geometry of a bending sample?

Q3.07. What is the typical geometry of a biaxial sample?