iFixit well know for dismantling the very best gadgets around and uncovering their inner secrets. Has today announced that they are launching a new project designed to make technical documentation and how-to’s easily available within a cloud based Wiki-like environment.
The new site is currently in its beta development stages iFixit are looking to launch the new service in the Fall. The name Dozuki comes from a Japanese saw used to make very precise cuts.
“The technical documentation industry is huge and the software that’s out there now is pretty old,” – “You have lots of service manuals for your tools, but they’re in legacy PDF,” – “You could put them online, and use them as the start of an online community and maybe your tool manuals are just the start — you encourage your customers to share how to make things with your tools.”
Pricing for the new Dozuki service range from $100 for small corporate clients and $499 for larger organisations
Source: Dozuki : Tech Crunch
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