IT may reasonably be said that the extensometer was, until a comparatively short time ago, employed chiefly in the laboratory. Such extensometers as were used in commercial testing were either of a complicated design, and for that reason were slow in operation, or were not sufficiently sensitive, and in any case were not suitable for the testing of strip.
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