Van Life + Events

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The Outbound Lighting Mobile Engineering Work Center

We built a van! Why? Because we want to engage with our customers out in the real world, but we’re also a tiny company where we each wear many hats, so we needed a way to still do all our work effectively while on the road, which has very unique requirements, so we designed a unique van build. How unique?

Our primary cabin light source is a freaking electric guitar, for starters…read on to see why and how we did it.

Blood, Sweat, & Beers

1

Thumb Surgery

520

Hours

15,627

Miles Driven (so far)

If you want something done properly, do it yourself. If you want something done next-level cool, enlist the help of Jeremy “Van Man” Hume. If you want an emergency ride to the hospital to reattach a bit of thumb, call Dad.
Power On Board

256

POUNDS OF BATTERIES

400

WATTS OF SOLAR

1616

FEET OF WIRING

To enable us to be on-the-job even when we’re off-the-grid, we equipped the whip with enough juice to run a small city. Or at least power our computers and charge our lights, while we blast some tunes and fire up the Spaghetti O’s.
BUILT TO DO WORK

1

Full Bed

2

SOLDERING STATIONS

40

SETS OF DEMO LIGHTS

To prove that we have our priorities straight, the Rig has more soldering stations than beds. We can solder in Boulder one day; and be 3D CAD-rendering in a place that rhymes with that another day. If we want. And we do.
PARTY MODE INCLUDED

1

Guitar

4

STEALTH SIGNS

2138

LEDS lights

Business in the front, party in the back. A freakin’ see-thru electric guitar is the primary light source in our van, man. Drinks fridge? Check. Touchscreen light control with rainbow animation mode? Check. Bit of Tom’s thumb somewhere? Um, don’t know, we never found it.