KIIT students have developed a project that deals with the development of an ‘Axial Fatigue Testing Machine’, which would be used to determine the axial fatigue strength and the fatigue limit of a standard specimen. Every material has a fixed value of fracture point when the body is loaded under normal conditions. If a body is subjected to fatigue; i.e., stress reversal the body tends to fail at a much lower value of stress as compared to its fracture value. This project includes discussion of various possible failures due to repeated cyclic axial loading providing solutions in the form of “testing equipment”, suggestions to increase accuracy, sensitivity and the precision of the testing equipment. The objective of this project is to illustrate by the means of a S-N curve, the failure caused in specimen of different geometry, and materials, due to repeated cyclic axial loading.