Posts Tagged ‘Integy products interview competition future’

Be Sure It’s the Real Integy

Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

INTPR (Press Release) – May 22, 2009 – Walnut, CA – The only way to be sure you’re buying a genuine Integy product is to buy directly from Integy or an Integy authorized dealer. Integy products purchased by consumers directly from Integy or an authorized dealer, whether online, by telephone, from a catalog or in a store, are genuine, factory-new and carry the Integy limited warranty.

There are growing numbers of counterfeit products in the marketplace. Integy has become aware of sales of counterfeit piggyback shocks and various hop-up components by unauthorized sellers on popular auction and other e-commerce websites.

fake Integy piggyback shocks
fake Integy piggyback shocks

In some cases, sellers located in China or Hong Kong claim to be selling genuine Integy products, but these products are fake. (more…)

TiN Coating

Monday, April 20th, 2009

How come some of the Allen hex tool tips are gold color?

The Real Titanium Alloy

Monday, April 20th, 2009

We’ve seen a few listings on Ebay selling titanium color aluminum parts.  Don’t be confused titanium color with the real titanium alloy parts.  Read about the titanium element here:

Anodizing Aluminum

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Are you are interested in DIY aluminum color anodizing?

Interview With Integy CEO Arthur Tsui: Hobby, Products, Competition

Saturday, April 18th, 2009

by Mike C. Lee on March 28, 2009 – I recently had a chance to sit down and have a one-on-one chat with Integy CEO Arthur Tsui.  There was lots to talk about, and he answered questions about, among other things, r/c hobby, Integy products, and competition with emerging new hop-up part suppliers.  Quotations below are based on my notes and roughly accurate.

The Hobby

I asked Arthur about his view on the hobby in general and the state of the hop-up part business.  Arthur said that the company has been in business for 16 years and they have seen the ups and downs with market fluctuations.  In general, though, he says the most important part of the hobby is that people must be able to enjoy the process of learning, building and tuning their r/c models.

“It’s about having fun while learning how to build your models from ground up.  Building, customizing, tuning and experimenting is what the hobby is about.  You’ll feel (more…)

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