New bike? Yup, good day! Yet, both the path and result have things to think about. From the perspective of an engineer who does work in the bicycle industry, this is a review of both the bike, a Pivot 429 Trail, and the journey.
Case Study Examples
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One of the coolest things in modern rapid prototyping is the ability to build the impossible. Parts with complex features that we could only dream of previously are a reality — even easy. Best of all, the parts are functional, not just for show.
Bike Rack Innovation A Quick Service Addition For Customer Convenience For those who transport bicycles a lot, having a great bike rack for your vehicle is a must. Another good thing is a service stand that allows simple maintenance for the bike when you get there.
This is the second part of our Case Study combining Tandem Torsion Axles with a Walking Beam for smaller trailers. In this post we’ll get into strength
The Walking Beam Suspension is not new, nor are Torsion Axles. They both have unique advantages and cool benefits, so what about putting them together? . . . For smallish trailers? Oh, but there are some interesting design challenges.
OK, be honest. It’s rude, but really . . . How many times have you asked this, or a similar question? Did you find a customer use case that the designers didn’t think about?
A few years ago, there was a terrible accident involving a single motorcycle traveling on the freeway. The cause listed in the police report: Engine & rear wheel lock-up.