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In college, a friend of ours had an Altoids guitar amp kit. But the sound was not great, because the case was too small. The same electronics worked very well in a can of soda. We realized that we could put music in everything and anything: Trash Amps was born. After showing some prototypes to friends, we knew there was a market for a product of this type. Adam graduated in 2009 (Manufacturing Engineering) and joined forces with Ron (Electrical Engineer) to create Trash Amps.



After a prototype that was designed using a PVC pipe and recovered parts, we logically wanted to raise the quality level. We have raised money from our families and friends to design an injection mold! We built 500 Trash Amps version 2 that quickly sold through our website and a stand in the local mall for $ 50 each. So we built 1000 more. We are talking about 1,500 handmade units made on the dining room table! In September 2012, we sold the latest Trash Amp version 2!

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We have worked on projects such as towel warmers and LED discs for golf. We specialize in woodworking, injection molding, CNC machining, solid modeling, rapid prototyping, electronic design and assembly (and the list still goes on). We do a lot of consultation for local inventors with new product ideas to help them turn their ideas into functional prototypes. Our current project, which we are working on in parallel, is a medical device for paramedics. Do you have a project for us? Contact us!

Adam has a degree in Manufacturing Engineering from California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) in San Luis Obispo, California. Ron has a degree in general engineering and a master's degree in industrial engineering. Having worked on many projects together, their way of working is complementary and effective. Adam typically deals with product design, packaging design and 3D modeling. Ron specializes in electronics and designs and builds PCB prototypes.

Adam has finalized all the product design part for version 3. This includes 3D modeling, prototyping, testing and technical drawings (everything the manufacturer needs to design the product). Adam has also completed the same tasks for packaging.

Ron completed the entire electronic design. This includes circuit design, schematic creation, circuit testing and optimization using software, component library creation, prototype creation, testing and optimization of real prototypes, as well as the creation of documents, including handling and transfer of data, etc.


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