Mechanical tensile testing Reimagined

R&D and quality labs are busy places. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to stop wasting time on manual labor, deal with fluctuating demands, and eliminate data inconsistencies? 

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Not enough people?

Finding great people to hire is a difficult and time intensive process. 

Inconsistent data?

How accurate and consistent is your data? 

Difficulty scaling?

Do you need to scale today but you are limited by the current resources you have? 

Are you solving these problems in your lab today?

The Solution: The CubeOne

We know solving your customer's material problems is your passion. Our goal is engineering and designing equipment that enables you to keep your customers happy. To achieve this we have created the CubeOne, an automated tensile tester that helps rubber testing labs increase accuracy, consistency and speed of testing.

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Testamonials

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“The CubeOne has been a great addition to ACE’s laboratory from both a productivity standpoint and repeatability standpoint. Anyone can load it, walk away to perform other tasks, and let the Cube do its job without seeing the variation in data we might typically see from stop-go interruptions and personnel changes.

In addition, the entire LabsCubed team has been quite responsive to questions and feedback from initial setup past full integration into daily operations. Their continued drive for improvement coupled with automated equipment like the CubeOne has allowed ACE to stay agile and do more with less!”

 
- Doug Foster, Director of Operations at ACE Products and Consulting in Ohio, USA

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“We’ve added the CubeOne to our quality department. This device offers the advantages of semi-automated tests. This allowed for better repeatability of the measurements and gave the technician time to perform his other tasks during each test sequence.

The LabsCubed team was very responsive in adapting the interface with our other computer systems and, to take into account our comments on the performance and ergonomics of the interface. This quick and efficient feedback is greatly appreciated within our team.”


-Jean-Damien, R&D Laboratory Chemist at Soucy Techno in Quebec, Canada

Awards

Top prize at plastics

competition

Stack of Tires

Rubber Tensile Testing Automation