For the following factory tour articles, Truck Camper Magazine has visited every truck camper and gear manufacturer across the United States and Canada multiple times. These visits often last several days as we study the people, process, materials, and culture behind the products. Here’s how truck campers are made, and why they’re made that way.
What's Bigfoot's secret? And what did Grant Bilodeau mean when he said, “It’s either a Bigfoot, or it’s not”.
Adventurer Manufacturing revolutionizes their production processes with new state-of-the-art CNC equipment selected from around the world.
Almost two years after Alaskan Campers was acquired, we visit their new Winlock, Washington factory to see what's changed.
Here’s how the all-steel Stable-Lift truck camper lift system gets welded, blasted, powder coated, assembled, and installed.
Truck Camper Magazine tours the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas (TMMTX) plant in San Antonio, Texas.
Meet the Texas craftsmen who build classic Capri Campers with the most time-tested and proven materials in the truck camper world.
TCM tours the NuCamp Cirrus truck camper factory in Sugarcreek, Ohio and is bowled over by the scale of their facility.
TCM visits Northern Lite’s new factory in Kelowna, British Columbia and discovers something completely different, and somehow quite familiar.
TCM visits Adventurer Manufacturing in Yakima, Washington and tours the Eagle Cap factory to see how their campers are manufactured.
TCM visits Torklift International’s factory in Sumner, Washington and discovers Torklift's real hidden power.
TCM gets unrestricted access to the new Four Wheel Camper factory and finds itself at the wrong end of a flying forklift.
TCM tours the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant to see the Ford F-250, Ford F-350, Ford F-450, and F-550 trucks being manufactured.