Technical Article Revisions
“The Product Development Process” is a technical article about bringing ideas from concept to final product. It is general to cover many perspectives, but also uses specific examples for illustration. The writing allows designers, inventors and others to have a glimpse at the map of how processes work, where to go, and what ducks need to line up for success. Interestingly, this article is now published in several languages and used in class material for teaching entrepreneurs and businessmen around the globe. We’re very happy it is so useful. (Sorry, only the English version is available on this website.)
“What Makes A Good Trailer Design” is a simple article outlining some of the fundamentals of “GOOD” trailers. Whether you’re planning to build or buy, before acquiring a new trailer there are a few important things to know. The article covers several basic things that will make joy of ownership much greater. The “Right” trailer is different for each person and each application, but when you find (or build) the right trailer, it will serve you well. Get it right, and and it will please you for years to come. We hope you enjoy the article revision and the perspective.
Technical Article Side Note:
For those with interest in trailers, trailer design and other Do-It-Yourself projects, our sister site, Mechanical Elements, has a growing library of articles on dozens of topics. From how to setup a trailer frame, to wiring diagrams, to axle placement — there is a lot there. Follow the links back and forth for a complete learning experience.