Instron

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Headquarters Norwood, MA
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Instron can tell you if your material is strong. Instron makes instruments, systems, and software for testing the mechanical properties and performance of ceramics, composites, metals, plastics, rubber, and textiles. Instron's static systems measure the amount of continuous force needed to deform a material. Its dynamic systems simulate in-use conditions over time by stretching, compressing, and twisting materials and components such as automotive steering systems. Other products include durometers and hardness testing systems. The company was founded in 1946 by Harold... More

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Employees are “Satisfied”   12 ratings

3.9

86% Approve of the CEO   7 ratings

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Steve Martindale

CEO

Instron is a diverse work place with great people.

  Current Employee

Pros: The best reason to work at Instron is the people. They are diverse and caring. The diversity creates an interesting environment. Our parent company, ITW, is very charitable. Full tuition reimbursement is a great benefit. Full Review

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Applications Engineer

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$66,440
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Mechanical Engineer

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$77,667
$64k
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Senior Software Engineer

3 Instron Salaries

$88,314
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Boston, MA – Reviewed Jul 26, 2013

Interview Details – I went through several interviews and an exam (when they could do that). One of the interviews was to directly review each question of the exam which I thought was meaningful because it was clear to me that there was interest in hiring the right people.Full Interview

Interview Question:
I think the most difficult questions were the practical technical or situational questions where the interviewer asked technical questions in a customer context and I was already nervous about "me… View Answer

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