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|TextXpo 2010: 19th International Forum for Materials Testing, October 11-14, Ulm, Germany|
19th International Forum for Materials Testing: October 11-14, Ulm, Germany
As the event hosts, the Zwick Roell Group invites you to meet the experts in materials testing at this year's testXpo 2010. Held from 11-14 October at the Zwick facility in Ulm, Germany, this 19th International Forum for Materials Testing will see top specialists from all industry segments gather to present an extensive program of lectures, discussions, Q&A sessions and exhibits. Attendance is free of charge and includes lunch and access to an internet café. All you need to do is register at: www.zwick.com/en/news/testxpo.html
At this year's event, as well as sharing knowledge in the practical application of effective materials testing, Zwick has its sights on bringing quality to both the biggest and smallest scales of materials testing measurements. Participants will have the opportunity to investigate the biggest pendulum impact tester in the world and, in contrast, a new PrecisionLine product series for testing micro specimens in combination with a new laser extensometer.
With so many companies exhibiting alongside Zwick this year, the event will be organized into topic areas focusing on: metals, plastics, automotive, medical technology, academia, building materials, "testing for life", and service and customer support. At the heart of these exhibits, Zwick Roell will provide participants with the chance to investigate the company's testXpert® software, extensometer and force measurements, grips and other tools for testing.
The Zwick Roell Group has 150 years of experience in the manufacture of high quality materials testing systems. To find out more about the application of Zwick hardware and software, and to register for testXpo 2010: 19th International Forum for Materials Testing, please
About Zwick Roell
Zwick Roell Group customers benefit from more than 150 years of experience in the manufacturing of high quality testing systems. Zwick is the global leader in static testing and is experiencing significant growth with its dynamic test systems. A financially strong and family run business, its innovative product developments, diverse product range, and global support provide tailored solutions targeted specifically at the needs of both Research and Development and Quality Assurance customers. Serving more than 20 industry sectors with 960 employees, via manufacturing facilities in Germany, regional headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, USA and Singapore, as well as offices in 56 countries worldwide, the brand name Zwick is a guarantee of the highest quality and support.
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August-Nagel-Str. 11, D-89079 Ulm
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