According to the established rules for testing ceramic’s bending strength, the falling velocity of the pressure head of the machine should be more than 0.5 mm/min. For the machine of testing the ceramic’s bending strength properties, most designs adopt the lowest falling velocity as 0.5 mm/min. In the fields such as aerospace and deep-ocean exploration, the utilization of ceramic materials that work at normal temperature, low temperature, or even high temperature and bend at an ultra-low velocity is increasing; thus, the intense requirements for the machine of testing the ceramic’s bending strength properties at high temperature and ultra-low speed (MTCBSP) and its experimental basis are put forward. This research developed an MTCBSP suitable for normal temperature and high temperature with the lowest falling velocity of 0.05 mm/min, and manufactured a drive reducer for ultra-low speed and high-temperature working condition. In the test, equipment includes a high-temperature furnace, bending die for four-point bending, and protection system of inert gas, which was placed in the high-temperature furnace to prevent the ceramic sample from being oxidized to diminish its effects. The results show that the lowest falling velocity of the pressure head of this new machine is 0.05 mm/min, and the mechanical properties of silica glasses are noticeably different at the same high temperature and the different falling velocities of 0.5 mm/min and 0.05 mm/min.