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Published on Aug 23, 2013

You would be forgiven for thinking Dyson's test facility is a bit cruel at first glance. Prototypes are subjected to months of repetitive and rigorous testing, a different rig for every part. The tumble test shakes and rattles components in a steel box for days. Another slams cleaner heads into a steel table leg at 30km/h. And a robot arm pushes machines back and forth back and forth for the equivalent of 21 years.

During development a Dyson vacuum will be dropped onto a hard floor 5,318 times. It will run 1,357km on a turntable rig, which is like being pushed and pulled from the Dyson HQ in Malmesbury, UK to Valencia, Spain. And it'll take 120 engineers 50,000 hours and 550 tests to be satisfied that it's tough enough.


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