Technical writing

Entecst specializes in technical writing. We write about engineering, machinery, industrial production and automotive to name a few. We also make complete publications including images and graphical design. Our technical writing can be destined for various purposes: from manual to website, from article to press release, or from course material to knowledge system.

Writing manuals

Writing a manual sometimes implies reworking and adapting an existing document to match a new product. Often however, it means that we write a manual from scratch. We gather all required information, for example through on-site investigation and by interviewing experts. If you wish, we also provide the images and drawings, and compose the final product that is ready for printing or online publication.

Writing technical articles

Entecst uses different methods to write technical articles: interviewing in person or by telephone/video, conducting our own research, file study or a combination of these. We write most of our articles for industrial journals. In addition, for industrial companies we describe their specialism in a technical article or white paper, which they then publish on their own website or in another way.

Other technical texts

A technical text or publication may also aim to secure the knowledge which is often spread all over a company in many different forms. Entecst gathers this knowledge and compiles it into a well-structured knowledge system. This consists of technical texts with clarifying images or drawings and illustrated summaries. The knowledge system can be digital or in print, for example to quickly train and instruct new employees.
For technical education we compose course materials for theoretical study and practical exercises. We also convert existing teaching material into digital self-study lessons for online e-learning.

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Technical translations

Next to producing technical publications, we also translate them. Think of manuals, user guides, news releases, web texts and more. Our technical translations are mostly from English and German into Dutch.