I see a lot of post regarding fiberglass techniques etc. These are fantastic reads however fiberglass really isn't that Challenging. For me the difficulty in fiber glassing is being efficient with time. Work smarter not harder.
What I don't see and what I would really enjoy reading/learning about are installers that are implementing advanced mechanization in their builds. With all of the advances in technology to make fabrication of this type affordable (3D printers etc.) there is no better time to let it all hang out and do some next level integration.
I'm not talking mechanization on a Fishman, show car level. I would like to see mechanization that makes an install more convenient for the user. For example, I am in the middle of designing a motorized holder for my DSP controller into my ashtray location. I work with solid modeling and have access to a 3D printer so I'm going to give it a go. I have no idea what I will use to control the movement but I'll figure it out. It would be nice to have some references to help the brainstorm.
With that being said: Does anyone have a good resource for these kinds of techniques?