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January 16 - January 20, 2017

How does the concave or convex curvature of a surface affect the dry film thickness reading?


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From Craig Gordon of Helmut Fischer AG on January 24, 2017:
You should use a gauge and probe that has curvature compensation  or a probe with a small tip to reduce the effect.

From Anthony Betz of N/A on January 23, 2017:
If you calibrate the your gauge on the blasted surface prior to coating, your readings should be accurate.

From Paiboonsak Saengsomboon of JT Marketing Co., Ltd. on January 17, 2017:
It depends on the radius of the curve..

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