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Taiwan Factory Tour: Day 3

KHS Taiwan Management Team 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
KHS Front Office 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
KHS Team Road Frame 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
This 29er is likely too big for Rob Jones 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Blueprint for a steel frame 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Folding bikes for days 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
MORE folding bikes 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Folding bikes on the assembly line 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Asia loves their folding bikes 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Frames prepped and headed to paint 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Headed into the electrostatic painting machine 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
KHS Factory was meticulously organized 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The belly of the paint machine 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Tube shaping fixtures 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Welds that rival the best 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
KHS still produces a large number of tandems 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Tandem at a welding station 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Seat and chain stay rack 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Robotic welding machine 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Pre-assembly station 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
KHS was the first Taiwan brand to use Reynolds tubing; dating back to 1979 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Hydroformed steel tube for a folding bike 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Fixtures galore! 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Carbon MTBs pre assembly 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
A stack of Rock Shox Pike suspension forks waiting in the build que 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Maxxis Recon Plus tires waiting to be mounted 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Spoke tension metre 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
A cross section of wheels 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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HighTech Energy uses both Samsung and Panasonic batteries 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Battery welding machine 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Cells are grouped into a fixure and then spot welded together 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Every PCB is tested before assembly 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Battery assembly 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Single cell batteries are sorted and tested before being made into larger batteries 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Printed circuit boards are the brains of the battery packs 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Temperature and climate controlled testing room 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The single cell sorting machine 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
There were bags of chips on top of all the machines in the factory.  An offering to the gods so the machines work smoothly....seriously. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Fresh out of the spot welder 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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The thermal shock tester 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Wiring up the battery pack 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Sealing up an Ebike battery 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
+Stromer is the Tesla of Ebikes and Hightech makes their batteries 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Finished product 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
If you ever find yourself in Taiwan looking for something to do 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Pacific has made frames for many brands 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Pacific Cycles CEO (chief entertainment officer) 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
A demonstration of how a Handy works 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Almost small enough to fit in my backpack 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Bianchi 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
CarryMe is one of the most compact folding bikes available today 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
CarryMe offers some of the smallest folding bikes 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Designed by a fine Canadian 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Just because 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
My favourite part is the roll cage for the forward child 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
One of the early Canfields 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Reach is one of four brands under the Pacific umbrella 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The Reach folder complete with SRAM Etap 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The belt driven Strida mini 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The Handy folding hand cycle 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
This thing has been around the world 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
This was my dream bike ... when I was 15 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Style and design certainly counts for something 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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With the health of golfers in mind 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Day 3


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