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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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Case Study
Tekscan and Calspan revealed their revolutionary dynamic tire-testing system at Tire Technology Expo in May 2022 in Hannover, Germany. #TireTechExpo
Digital Occlusion Made Easy On Demand Webinar
On Demand Webinar
ABSTRACT This lecture describes a digital workflow that aids in transforming complicated occlusion cases into simple restorative cases, by replacing sophisticated analogue equipment with a predictable digital workflow. The full digital workflow includes a variety of digital technologies, techniques...
Articles & Research
The Journal of The Electrochemical Society on Effects of Mechanical Compression on the Aging and the Expansion Behavior of Si/C-Composite
Articles & Research
Research in the Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics: Why are tapes better than wires in knotless rotator cuff repairs?
Articles & Research
Researchers at the Univerity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign studied Rail Seat Deterioration and pressure distribution in concrete sleepers (rail ties) using Tekscan tactile sensors.
eBook
Learn how and why industry leaders rely on pressure mapping to validate battery stack pressure dynamics in lithium ion batteries, and how this technology can advance R&D efforts for solid state batteries.
On Demand Webinar
Dr. Robert Kerstein Explains his Strategies for Using T-Scan as a Vital Case-Finishing Instrument for Implant Patients
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Datasheets & Guides
FlexiForce ESS102 Datasheet PDF for Download. Smallest sensing area of any standard FlexiForce sensor that is also ideal for applications involving high humidity and heat.
On Demand Webinar
Tekscan's Ed Haidar, applications engineer and product manager for the embedded sensing division, shares how a team of engineers leveraged their R&D pressure mapping insights to develop a vital safety application for their electronic device design.
Articles & Research
Ultra-thin piezoresistive sensors can be used in both R&D and as embedded components to develop safer, longer-lasting lithium-ion battery technologies.

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