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It's kept in the upstairs cupboard, in an aluminium flight case.
Contact Steve before using the hardness tester as it's a very expensive tool and can easily be damaged if not used correctly.
|6th July 2020||Functional||Working properly|
Parts and upgrades that are planned/Budgeted/Purchased for in the near future
- Create training materials to enable safe use
Hardness Tester Caretakers
These people are skilled at using the hardness tester and are willing to help others.
These are the people who look after and repair the hardness tester, they're the ones to contact if there's any problems with it
If you make any non-trivial changes to the hardness tester or perform maintenance please note it here, delete records older than 1 yr