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Old 06-25-2014, 03:24 PM
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Cary, I just got off the phone with them. They do not sell many (any???) and the guy could not tell if he could get a manual or not. Thanks for the lead.
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Will,

I have looked for the manual to no avail. However, I believe I know how to use the machine based upon my use of automatic testers for armor plate. If you can't find a manual, and have a ball attachment for Brinell hardness testing, I think I can get it set up, and double check calibration.

If we can perform a successful BHN test, I can double check the numbers on the test sample against a fully certified and calibrated machine.
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Old 06-25-2014, 08:17 PM
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Thanks, Andrew. I actually have been told that a competitor that I contacted, might be sending me a copy of the manual. No confirmation yet, but I am hopeful. I do have three tips and the corresponding 'standard' discs. I have all the components back in their correct locations, just not sure about what parts might need to be 'adjusted' to start using to test.
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