Adler Vehicles - Car Motorcycle - Technology Drawings Design
The technical compendium for all fans and enthusiasts of ADLER vehicles. A unique documentation of many decades of technology history.
In this extensive collection of patents you will find developments in the automotive sector (cars, motorcycles, etc.) of ADLER from the early 1920s to the late 1950s. You will receive comprehensive technical descriptions and detailed drawings of vehicles and their parts. The technical components are illustrated in words and pictures, such as engines, gearboxes, drives, chassis, brakes, electrics, body parts, frames, interior fittings and much more. This information comes from the first address - directly from the inventors! Valuable and extremely helpful material for collectors, historians, oldtimerclubs & clubs or simply for fans of the brand ADLER. The construction drawings are also interesting for restorers and those interested in technology when it comes to understanding the exact structure or function of assemblies and determining the installation position of parts.
Each patent specification is structured in such a way that the invention is precisely described and represented in text and several drawings. This enables you to understand the construction and function of the invention in every detail!
Scope: 38 patent specifications in PDF format - together approx. 173 pages with paper printout (DIN A4).
Compiled from national and international patent databases. Patent specifications almost all in German language.
The possible use of brand names in this offer is only for the purpose of describing the item and unambiguous assignment of the product. The product is not directly related to the brand owners or their representatives.
What can you do with patent specifications?
Patent specifications, disclosure documents, utility models, etc. secure the inventors rights to the invention. For this purpose, each script must be written in such a way that a technically skilled person can easily understand and theoretically reproduce it. In order to meet these requirements, each patent specification contains a precise technical description of the invention and - what is most important to you as a collector, hobbyist or technician - detailed illustrations or drawings and functional sketches of the patent object. In this way you can understand the technology in all its details, carry out repairs yourself or modify the technology. All this makes patent literature the first choice in the field of technical literature!