AJT DESIGN was founded in 2014 by Adam Truckey. AJT DESIGN was initially founded as a freelance design service provider. By early 2015 we had designed and produced our first 3D printed key fob case for Adam's FJ Cruiser. Due to the overwhelming support of the Toyota off road community we have been able to develop and release several successful new products including: key fob cases, shift knobs, battery clamps, interior trim, and more. In 2018 Adam became focused entirely on new product development for AJT DESIGN. We are developing new products, always!
We strive to:
Deliver quality products that are durable
Create exciting and originally designed items
Keep all manufacturing in the USA
Provide exceptional customer support, before and after the sale
Develop new products based on customer input
Adam currently serves as the Owner and Product Developer for AJT DESIGN.
Adam is a mechanical engineer by trade. He specializes in creative product development and is passionate about innovative design and problem solving. Adam has a diverse background spanning products and industries including: gears, springs, bearings, seals, linkages, inspection tools for oil/gas wells and pipeline networks, consumer products, wood fired pizza grills and ovens, robotic cleaning devices for the solar industry, medical devices, coffee roasters, automotive manufacturing, industrial automation, graphic design, 3D printing, and injection molded plastics.
Adam graduated from Lake Superior State University in 2006 with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Adam currently resides in Suttons Bay, Michigan with his family. His hobbies include boating, biking, hiking, running, Hi-Fi/collecting vinyl records, hunting, home brewing, cooking, DIY anything, home improvement. As lifelong automotive enthusiast, Adam is very grateful to be working in the aftermarket automotive industry doing what he loves. Adam has several vehicles he enjoys driving and working on, which also provide inspiration for new products. The fleet currently includes a 2007 FJ Cruiser, 2018 Tundra, 2005 Corvette and a 1968 Corvette.