Downloading Bluehill Universal Updates: Quick Tips From Instron Service

In this video, we explore two effective methods to download the latest version of Bluehill® Universal Software. Whether you download directly on your Instron frame or you prefer the Instron® Connect customer portal, we've got you covered.

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