Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 2, 2009
Tekscan, Inc. is offering a 20% discount to customers who purchase the Digital Analysis System for Prescale™ between April 1 and June 30, 2009. The system, valued at $4,995 is available during this time period for $3,995.
Digital analysis of Prescale Pressure Indicating Film helps resolve design problems and quality assurance issues by providing concrete data such as peak pressure, average pressure, 3-D image displays, and more. Armed with this data, engineers can adjust product design, enhance product performance, and prevent costly mistakes.
Prescale pressure indicating film consists of microencapsulated color forming and developing material. When pressure is applied to the thin and flexible film, a red color impression is formed in varying density according to the amount of pressure and pressure distribution. This visual assessment of static tactile pressure is helpful in answering questions related to product development and performance. Specific applications include evaluating surface evenness and contact uniformity in gaskets, nip rollers, presses, heat sinks, and more.
The Digital Analysis System for Prescale consists of pressure analysis software, a scanner, a dedicated scanner cover to improve data-read precision, and a calibration sheet. The System digitalizes Prescale film output to produce:
- on-screen pressure distribution
- image enlargement
- cross-sectional distribution
- 3-D image display
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Tekscan is a leading manufacturer of thin-film force sensors and complete tactile force and pressure measurement systems. Accurate, simple to use, and cost-effective, Tekscan's sensors have been integrated into a variety of successful OEM products. Tekscan is also a distributor of FujiFilm's Prescale Pressure Indicating Film and their Digital Analysis System. Measuring both static and dynamic pressure events, Tekscan's systems provide concrete data for making crucial assessments in industrial, medical and dental applications. Products range from simple force sensors and force sensing systems to highly sophisticated pressure measurement systems with over 100,000 sensing points.
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