It has been some time since we have heard from Heusinkveld on their Handbrake but we finally have another update from them. Since Heusinkveld launched the prototype of their Handbrake, we haven't heard much from them since but now it looks like the guys over at Heusinkveld have been busy improving and finalizing their design. The first improvement is the new adjustable brake handle, which according to Heusinkveld can be adjusted within a 120 degree angle with infinite steps. This means that you will be able to position the handbrake in anyway you see fit, it will also allow for comfortable operation. The design seems to take over from their Pedal Set's, with the two piece stainless steel construction with bolts holding the pieces together. We can also see that they are using a Load Cell as the sensor for the handbrake, we don't know the rating of the Load Cell at this current time. They will offer the first batch without a USB Controller, which as mentioned on Heusinkveld's website will require you to use a Load Cell Amplifier but starting from early 2015 they will be adding a USB Controller which will allow you to configure it in two different ways. The first being in Analogue Mode which means it acts as an Analogue Axis and secondly in Digital Mode which, according to Heusinkveld, will allow you to tune when the handbrake activates to which I assume this will be done in something like DIView. Let us know in the comments what you feel about this Handbrake.