So I’m a little behind the times in reporting this, but we were fortunate enough to have an editorial about the RazerLift published in the September edition of Modern Work Truck Solutions magazine. The article described the RazerLift as “revolutionary”. Here are a few quotes:
First we got our own Ford Transit, and had one of the Beta RazerLift’s installed on it. Then we got it all set up with decals. Then we used that to create a brand new promotional video that wasn’t just me and my smartphone. We hired a professional videographer and voice actor. Personally, I’m thrilled … Read More
So here’s an exciting development; we have a company van, and one of the dozen early-production RazerLifts has been successfully installed on it. Here’s a quick video.
I have found that starting a business is mostly just day-to-day progress; it’s a whole lot of little steps. Sometimes it is difficult to remember how much progress you’ve made because each day is only infinitesimally further along than the day before. But every once in a while a series of events converge that provides … Read More
Most of us don’t think about all the testing and development that goes into a product, we just buy it and expect it to work. But developing and manufacturing a product that “just works” when it is launched into the general public requires significant behind-the-scenes testing and proving, especially when the product is mechanical in … Read More
On Friday we reached another major milestone in our development; we shipped our first production unit from August Electronics. The photo below shows it loaded in the back of my vehicle.
I’m excited to share some major updates that are both business related and personal. On the business front, we expect the rest of our small fleet of low-volume production units to be ready to ship this week for field testing. By the end of next week some of those units will be up-and-running on customer … Read More
Hank’s Plumbing is just about ready to take Beta field testing to the next stage. Yours truly just spent the morning putting the finishing touches on their unit. A clearer picture of how they chose to configure their unit is below.
I posted a video of the first Beta unit a couple of weeks back. It was rough, but it showed the basic functionality. Well, we have come a long way in just a couple of short weeks as the following video shows.
As the video below shows, the first Beta production unit is nearly ready for field testing, on an actual customer vehicle no less! These are very exciting times for us at Buller Engineered Products.