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February 07, 2009


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Thanks Rob. I just discovered your blog. Good material covered here.

Rob : What would be the specific DIN document according to which you run your tests?

Thanks for sharing :) I've always wondered about the "ins and outs" of how frames etc are tested!

Really interesting!

(great blog btw ;))

Paul: Thanks for reading! We just finished up some new component fatigue testing and I'm working on a post about it. I hope you get a chance to read it.

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