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Self-Healing Airless Tire

Self-Healing Airless Tire

Simon Salim
January 22, 2020
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Imagine your ride or drive in airless tire. Yes they are great, need no more air. The construction inside is strong.

Don't you forget, even airless tire has their limit. If they got damaged or got a hole because of sharp things on road, it will decrease their strength also their performance.

That's why we need SHS technology to put them inside the tire. So we don't need change them for a long long time.

So we put the SHS (as previous post) into the rubber when it's OK n liquid form. So we can inject them and they can spread all over the rubber. - Simon Designs ® @simondesignsofficial

Because I hate everytime my car or my motorcycle impacted by something, it left a mark or scratch or damage. So what If I make this research and engineering theory, so in the future we don't have to deal with this kind of problem and conquer them in fascinating way.

I always use the softwares for the design and project with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator all in CS6 version. Since I design 2011, these softwares are great and reliable to accompany me in any design project and development.

In Adobe Illustrator I use it as the vector data and designing, and in Adobe Photoshop I use it as the final design and project appearance so it can look good in audience eyes.

People and some online friends are pretty good in positive respond to my thought, design and project. And they're really supportive about it, and in the future I'll make a lot of like this. And what I learn from this project that people's minds are incredible and brilliant thing in the world.

Simon Salim

Hei! I'm Simon the founder and owner of Simon Designs. This is my personal art YouTube channel.
Here is where my works drop into videos.

About me, I love (too much) with motorcycle things. That's all you need to know, and we can get along just fine.

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