Resources

Resources

Browse our library of pressure mapping and force measurement resources, including eBooks, Case Studies, On Demand Webinars, Whitepapers, and much more.

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Articles & Research
No matter the application, engineers often wonder about the best method for measuring force feedback. This article breaks down how common embedded force-sensing technologies compare.
Demonstrating how tactile pressure mapping is used to improve consumer products, and human health & safety equipment
eBook
Demonstrating how tactile pressure mapping is used to improve consumer products, and human health & safety equipment
How to Use a Digital Protocol to Balance an Anatomical Splint
eBook
Part I of the Clinical Chronicles of TMD Resolution with Digital Occlusion : Dr. Curtis Westersund, TMD expert and long-time T-Scan user, shares his knowledge and unique, digital protocol for orthotic delivery in this NEW ebook!
Infographic
With over 200 different standard I-Scan sensors available, searching for the best standard sensor for your application can be a challenge. Use this infographic as a guide to help narrow your focus.
Video
Tekscan's joint analysis system offers a variety of sensor designs for various joint geometries.
eBook
Exploring Both the Direct and Indirect Cost Savings of Selecting FlexiForce Touch Sensor Technology for Your Force-Sensitive Application
Articles & Research
Pressure indicating film and tactile pressure sesnors each have advantages and constraints for providing accurate and meaningful data. Understanding how these strengths and limitations influence an application is critical in the design process.
Video
See Four Ways FlexiForce Touch Sensors Can Be Used to Capture Force Feedback
Video
Tekscan’s High Speed TireScan™ system captures the impact of speed, motion, and inertial forces on a tire at speeds up to 265 km/h (165 mph)...
Digital Occlusion, No More Confusion!
On Demand Webinar
Take a look at how digital occlusion technology can help you conquer bite problems with real clinical examples!

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