Miles wrote:How much interest is there in the possibility of a sub-forum for "Materials, techniques, processes and tools"?
It could cover:
Material usage, specifications etc.
Machine & hand tools.
Working with composites.
They didn't separate themselves...Dauntless wrote: I think they've separated themselves for a reason. Just a thought.
Good idea. Added.liveforphysics wrote:Include a section on connector styles.
The idea is to have one extra forum for general technology - all the items in the list... This would help to keep techniques from getting lost in vehicle specific forums.Dauntless wrote: Perhaps you feel something is being missed. Casting/Molding merely pops up from time to time, but since not much is said I don't see why it would have it's own group.
Excellent idea.Miles wrote:Yes, when a clever technique, or some such, is disclosed in a build thread, a more detailed exposition and discussion might take place in the Materials, techniques, processes & tools forum. It would then be easier to access.
Drunkskunk wrote:I've woundered if we don't also need a Basic Electronics section, and a Basic trouble shooting guide.
Many of the people who come here don't know V/R=I or that I*V=W. And many don't know how to do basic troubleshooting.
The OP, perhaps after prompting. Also, anyone could post a link with an amplification or request.Pure wrote:But who would be responsible for moving those secrets to the right forum once they are revealed.
I personally think if we are going to add a new sub forum, one for trouble shooting/ help needed threads would serve a better purpose. As it is now it's a bit confusing where to post if your bike isn't functioning properly. I mean dose it go in the general bike forum cause its an e-bike, or does it go in the technical forum cause the answer to your problem in a technical one, or does it go in the battery forum because it might be battery related. Having one set place for problems would make the whole process a lot more stream lined.
MitchJi wrote:Hi,Excellent idea.Miles wrote:Yes, when a clever technique, or some such, is disclosed in a build thread, a more detailed exposition and discussion might take place in the Materials, techniques, processes & tools forum. It would then be easier to access.
BTW how do you plan to restrict it to "clever techniques" ?
Miles wrote:It depends a bit on the depth of the problem. If you wanted to ask "which is the best hub motor for X?" you'd ask it on Ebikes General Discussion. If you want to ask "why is my hub motor making a noise?", you'd ask it on Ebikes Technical. If you wanted to ask about or detail a modification with theoretical considerations you might post in the Motor Technology section.
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