In destructive tests, new Zenite 6130LX is said to improve breakage resistance by 21% and deflection prior to fracture by 32% as compared with previous Zenite LCPs that it would replace.
What does D-TEST stand for?
D-TEST stands for Destructive Test
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A destructive test can be performed only once, and if another measurement is needed, another part representative of the first must be tested and subsequently destroyed.
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