Introducing the CubeOne

Multi-Sample Rubber Tensile Testing

CubeOne Specifications
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The CubeOne is built to handle ASTM standard samples including:

  • ASTM D412

  • ASTM D624

  • ISO 37

To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.

Setting up the CubeOne

Step 1: load up to 6 or 12 tensile/tear samples into the tray

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Step 2: Use touch screen to start test 

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LabsCubed CubeOne Software for Tensile and Tear Testing

Results: get your data analyzed and sent to your computer


- Yield

- Elongation

- Stress strain

- Tear strength

- And more

A look inside the CubeOne

Load cell

  • Industry-leading Omega load cell

  • Calibrated and certified to ASTM E74 standard

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Smart grips

  • Electronic grips designed for rubber

  • Automatically adjust during testing to ensure no slip occurs

AI Vision System

Vision extensometer

  • Calibrated and certified to ASTM E83 standard

  • Multiple cameras able to capture up to 1000% elongation

  • Vision system software using advanced technology to ensure accurate results everytime

  • Able to handle any color or material

5-Min Setup time
36 Tests

Skilled lab technicians spend too much time loading and unloading testing machines, and then watching them operate. Not to mention the safety concerns and inherent measurement inconsistency that arises due to human error.

The CubeOne Automated Rubber Tensile Testing system was specifically designed to solve all of these problems.


Support & Maintenance

Customer experience is our #1 priority. 

24/7 Suppor On The CubeOne

Calibration and maintenance

Your CubeOne will always stay sharp. We offer 24/7 support, and our service partners have access to all of the documentation, parts, and tools required to keep you at peak performance.

Installation and Setup on the CubeOne

Installation and setup

Installing the CubeOne is as easy as it is to use it. With a total length of 4ft and a weight of 150 lbs, it can be easily placed onto a bench. From there, plug it in (110V), turn it on, and begin testing.