menu_bar Menu Login 0 / View
Your Trail:  Home / Insight / Tear Strength Testing

Notification Signup Enter your email address below and click "Subscribe" to signup for notices when new posts are made to this blog.

Tear Strength Testing
Author: Jonathan Hart
Categories: Miscellaneous
Aug 8, 2010
Lab data and testing usually offer a good platform to start with when we build a new product. But, nothing replaces real wear and tear. Here's an example of abrasion and tear strength testing done on a prototype, using granite as our abrasion medium and a dirt bike as our accelerator. GearTesting Testing is the best part about our job, but usually the most painful.

I can't belive how much integrity that you have to the company.....risking life and limb while making sure to thouroughly test the product...! LOL.
That's hardcore!
Posted by Luke Johnson on Aug 10, 2010 1:43 PM
Dude, you've gotta stop playing with Carston's stuff. At least get him to show you how to ride it first!
Posted by Andrew on Aug 10, 2010 9:27 AM
Was this to set the baseline or was this the first test since the baseline was set?!

Posted by Rudy on Aug 9, 2010 6:48 AM
Was that a planned test? :)
Posted by Jeff on Aug 8, 2010 6:59 PM

Post a Comment

Comment Details (*Required)

Note: All posts are subject to approval. Your post will not appear until after it has been approved.