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Product Reliability Testing, Consulting & On-Site Staffing
Product Reliability Testing, Consulting & On-Site Staffing

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Check out what Austin Reliability Labs can do to help make your product a success story!
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NASA scientists had to get creative to test the Parker Solar Probe, using everything from huge mirrors to dust tunnels to reams of paper! Read more:
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Battery capacity life decays gradually over usage – and then suddenly drops, dramatically, near 70-80% of the full specified capacity. Learn about ARL's accelerated Battery Testing in our latest service spotlight:
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ASTM International announced its first round of funding to support the development of standards for the additive manufacturing industry! Read more:
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Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are simulating shock wave conditions to see how nuclear weapons would react to the blast from an enemy weapon. Read more:
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ARL recently designed a custom vibration test for a 3D printed auto part to help a client during the product development process. Check out our latest TMI - Tests Made Interesting video!
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At ARL we have years of experience in Mechanical Testing and can help you isolate problems or verify specifications. Learn more about the variety of mechanical tests our lab performs.
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Why utilize 3D scanning for your project? Check out our latest Ask the Expert where we discuss some of the key benefits of 3D scanning including data acquisition, 3D modeling and quality inspection.
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The ESA's ExoMars rover will be subjected to vibration, shock and thermal testing to make sure its design can withstand the shocks of launch and atmospheric entry. Check out this article on the testing of the ExoMars rover.
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The European Space Agency's next mission will test how commercial off-the-shelf parts hold up to space radiation. Read more:
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