Description:TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber) Protection Zones for Work Gloves
We are an industrial work glove manufacturer and one of our main products are gloves with TPR moulded zones which are applied to the back of gloves (either sonic/heat or sewn) to provide protection from knocks, bumps, bangs, compressions etc. Gloves are widely used in the offshore Oil and Gas sector along with mining and automotive sectors.
The TPR zones are primarily to protect the fingers, knuckles and metacarpals within the hand – see attached image.
We have several mould designs already, attached are two samples TPR1 and TPR2 and we are looking at a new mould also attached named Karbonhex which is based on an Hexagonal pattern/design – the inner hexagonal design is okay but the actual outer/outline needs a redesign to also make it more hexagonal….
This is as much about esthetics as functionality!
Wants:Based on Carbon fibre/hexagonal design - main colours Black, glove overall, mainly black with grey and small elements of red detailing
Don't Wants:We are NOT looking for technical ready to manufacture 3D designs at this point – designs can be in any format as long as they clear show the design principal and structure etc.
Ask for Sample:If you are interested in this project, please send a link or example of something similar you have completed to show me you have read and understood the brief
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