Main Uses And Characteristics Of Metallographic Microscope

- May 21, 2019-

Usually metallographic microscopy is used at room temperature. But in most metals and alloys, with the temperature rising or falling, metallographic structure will change. In order to study the discipline of metallographic structure changing with the temperature rising and trace the change process, it is necessary to use high temperature metallographic microscopy.

Main uses and characteristics of instruments

Metallographic microscopy is suitable for the observation of transparent, translucent or opaque materials in electronic, metallurgical, chemical and instrumentation industries, such as cermet, integrated blocks, printed circuit boards, liquid crystal boards, films, fibers, coatings and other non-metallic materials. It is also suitable for the observation and analysis of pharmaceutical, agricultural and forestry,*, schools and scientific research departments. It is also used in metallurgy, mineralogy, precision engineering. Ideal instruments for the study of engineering and electronics.

Metallographic microscope is a high-tech product which combines the excellent optical microscopy technology, advanced photoelectric conversion technology and digital imaging technology. It can not only observe metallographic images manually, but also observe metallographic images conveniently and timely on digital cameras, and record them with digital photos, so that metallographic maps can be analyzed, graded and so on. Digital development or printing of high-pixel metallographic photographs.