Tesla’s Success due to “Make it Better” Attitude

When products are developed, there tends to be a point where most workers will state “Good Enough!”. But not at Tesla. The question is always, “How Can We Do BETTER?”. Technology builds upon itself. In order to improve, most look to the latest superficial customer facing issues. But to really improve, to the point where […]

February 17th, 2020

The Limiting Factor

I love this new YouTube channel. You should check it out:

Engineering a TSLA Short Squeeze

I actually did read Jim Cramers Mad Money book. One of the few books I have read. Doesn’t make me an expert, but he described how he himself was short squeezed and since it is way worse than everybody is talking about for TSLA, I feel like it is a good thing to write about […]

October 30th, 2019

The Battery Disruption

What happens when Tesla starts making higher density batteries? What happens when Tesla gets to 1TW/year cell production? What happens when Tesla decides to start making AA batteries?

Did Dyson strike a deal with Tesla not to make EVs?

This article is pure speculation. If I were Dyson, and I were looking at the big business picture, I would recognise my dependency on Li-ion batteries. The cost of my batteries heavily impacts the cost of my vacuum devices to my customers and my margins as well. Having somebody working towards getting the costs of […]

What makes a better battery?

More juice Faster charging and discharging Longer lasting/more cycles Cheaper to produce/minimal human labour Faster to achieve high volume production Produceable in surplus Resources involved more abundant/cheaper/ more environmentally friendly/sustainable Less friction to achieve high volume production More stable/less likely to explode or catch fire More cold weather endurable/minimal cold soak Self healing if possible […]