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Learn how Instron's CSA acceleration sled in TÜV SÜD's new DYCOT (Dynamic Component Testing) development laboratory is helping the company meet present and future challenges in the automotive sector.Read More
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ASTM D638 is a common tensile test method for plastics. This guide will introduce you to the basic elements of ASTM D638 testing, including the equipment, software, and samples needed.Learn More
Realtest uses Instron machines and software to develop customized concepts in the area of experimental durability testing to characterize the service live of a component.Read More
Join us on December 13th for a webinar about Bluehill Universal's latest software updates, including security feature enhancements.Learn More
This guide provides expert insight into ASTM D412 tensile testing for elastomers and rubber – including an overview of the tensile testing equipment, software, and samples needed.Learn More
While researching replacement materials for parachutes, two scientists discovered that no testing machine was accurate enough to meet their demands. They founded Instron in 1946, and we pioneered universal testing machines featuring strain-gauge load cells. Today, Instron remains committed to delivering the highest quality, leading-edge technologies and services designed to push the boundaries of research, quality control and service-life testing. Our systems evaluate the mechanical properties of materials and structures using tensile, compression, flexural, fatigue, impact, dynamic, torsional and multi-axial loading. Through a global infrastructure, we offer a broad range of local service capabilities, including calibration, verification, training, technical support and assistance with laboratory management.