What does “anisotropy” mean? Is it the same for all materials?

What does “anisotropy” mean? Is it the same for all materials?

Question:

What does “anisotropy” mean? Is it the same for all materials?

Answer:

Anisotropic properties are direction dependent properties. All of Fluxtrol’s machinable materials are anisotropic, but some are more anisotropic than others.

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