AbstractDuring recent years, material characterization based on miniature tensile specimens has been investigated extensively. The Small Punch Test (SPT) is often used for determination of tensile properties but alternative miniature tensile specimen geometries have been suggested due to the limitations of the SPT specimen geometry. However, compared to SPT, the Micro-Tensile Test (M-TT) has a significant advantage since it does not need previous established correlations and enables direct results conversion into standard terms. In this paper, the applicability of the M-TT is investigated for material characterization including Lankford coefficients, hardening laws and stress-strain curves. For this purpose, mild steel DC01 M-TT samples were extracted from sheet in Rolling, Transverse and Diagonal Directions. Moreover, M-TT samples were machined to achieve different thicknesses for indicating thickness effects on strain path.