FREE BYK-Gardner Gloss Webinar Reply

Gloss in Theory and in Practice

April 14, 2016, 10am Eastern Time

(Available in different time zones around the world here)

Whether matte or glossy – products with gloss variations are perceived as lower quality and can result in customer complaints. Gloss changes could be the result of a variety of process parameters as well as material properties. Objective and reliable measurement data with defined limits are the prerequisite for a stable production process.

The three angles defined to measure gloss. Photo Courtesy of BYK-Gardner.

The three most common angles defined to measure gloss.
Photo Courtesy of BYK-Gardner.

Measuring gloss for an interior automotive application with a micro-gloss-S. Photo courtesy of BYK-Gardner.

Measuring gloss for an interior automotive application with a micro-gloss-S.
Photo courtesy of BYK-Gardner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 60 minutes, you will be able to decide what is the best solution for your application in addition to answering the following questions:

  • What measurement geometry should be used?
  • When to measure with 2 or 3 angles?
  • What are essential technical specifications of a gloss meter to be in compliance with international standards?
  • What is the influence of surface structure on gloss data?
  • What are the limitations of gloss measurement?

Presented by Henrik Folkerts, Technical Marketing, BYK-Gardner

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Click HERE to register for your FREE Webinar on Gloss in Theory and in Practice.

 

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May 25,2016 at 10am Eastern Time US

Color Control of Effect Colors

August 4, 2016 at 10am Eastern Time US

Visual Color Evaluation of Solid Finishes

September 15, 2016 at 10am Eastern Time US

Objective Evaluation of Orange Peel with wave-scan

December 1, 2016 at 10am Eastern Time US

 

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