The Interface Load Cell Field Guide, the most thorough guide in the industry for understanding and utilizing load cells and strain gages, has been updated for 2019 and re-released on Amazon. The popular primer from leaders in force measurement solutions provides in-depth information for understanding and using load cells and strain gages to accurately measure force.
The 2019 Load Cell Field Guide is the ultimate tool for engineers and students who are learning about and using load cells for test and measurement projects and products. The book is available today in paperback on Amazon and can be ordered for $15 here.
“The creation of this instructional guide was driven by a value included in Interface’s mission to always go above and beyond,” said Joel Strom, CEO, Interface, Inc. “We believe this informative reference is a helpful resource for engineers, STEM students, and universities around the world because it comes from a company that’s recognized as the pioneer in load cell design and manufacturing. Sharing our knowledge benefits all industries testing force.”
The “Interface Load Cell Field Guide” was first published in 2014 and has been distributed throughout the world. In the newly released 2019 edition, Interface updated the book to include more than 120 pages of instructive content that covers force measurement topics including types of load cells, general uses of load cells, load cell characteristics and various test application use cases. This type of essential information provides value to all load cell users and force measurement enthusiasts.
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is a strategic focus of the 51-year-old load cell manufacturer. The introduction of Interface’s University Program earlier this year provides the Load Cell Field Guide to support global education and STEM programs. The guide was authored, edited and published by a team of expert Interface engineers with deep experience in the force measurement industry.
For more information on the “Interface Load Cell Field Guide” or University Program, please call 480-948-5555 or visit https://www.interfaceforce.com/the-load-cell-field-guide/.