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Biaxial Testing of Medical Devices

An aging population is increasing the demand for common medical consumables like syringes and medicine bottles. As this demand increases, so does the need to test these products to ensure they comply with relevant international standards – some of which require biaxial testing.

Posted On Jan 17, 2019 10:44 AM

Bluehill® Universal Software: Top 5 FAQs

While maintaining all of the power and flexibility found in previous versions of Bluehill Software, our newest static testing software, Bluehill Universal was built from the ground up for touch interaction and boasts many advanced capabilities. With anything new, people have questions. Here are the top 5 we get, that you might also wonder!

Posted By Elena Mangano OnJan 16, 2018 10:57 AM

Is This the Next Generation of Smartphone Cases?

In ASM International’s recent article, the publication discusses an exciting development happening at Yale University. The team researching mechanical engineering and materials science is in the middle of refining technology that may someday soon be in mass production.

Posted On Jan 21, 2015 12:00 AM

What is N-value?

In one of our previous posts, we blogged about plastic strain ratio, r. Besides r-value, another parameter that is commonly measured in metals testing is the n-value. So what is n-value?

Posted On Jan 08, 2014 10:10 AM

Hope for the Holidays 2012

This past holiday season, Instron (Norwood) had the privilege of supporting 74 children in the community with the help of United Way’s Hope for the Holidays program.

Posted On Jan 15, 2013 10:10 AM

Tips on Using Environmental Chambers and Furnaces

Does your system incorporate "specimen protect" or "load protect"? If you are not sure, ask us.

If it does you can use this feature to compensate for load string and specimen expansion/contraction while your furnace or chamber reaches set-point temperature.

Posted On Jan 07, 2013 10:10 AM

Grip it Right

Gripping a specimen correctly is important if you want to acquire accurate test data. To most test operators, this is second nature.

Posted On Jan 31, 2012 10:10 AM