Description:The item that will be called “pin” from now on in this document, should work as a fashionable hook to be attached to both a towel an the sand of the beach, so we ensure that the towel will keep its perfect position despite the wind or any other common adversity. There are already similar objects in the market that fulfill this objective as it can be seen in the images below (the technology to fix/tie/hook the towel to the sand could be different than the one shown in the images, we are opened to develop a new/different ways to fix the pin. That is the key point of this project.)
Cost of future production
Don't Wants:We can not copy the other desing approach we include in the brief. we only want to show an initial idea of the concept
Ask for Sample:The first thing it is to show us a concept. Then we choose the best to do the job
- .STP - Step 3D CAD
Additional InformationATTACHED IDEA.PDF
First of all sorry for the delay answer. We was analyzing the designs in a depth way. We would like to explain that unfortunately none of them are the design we are looking for…. But we have paid in advance in order to improve the designs and you can ensure that we want work with one of you..
Also if we will be so happy and satisfied, we will pay more. We thinks that them ideas will be the best but is far away from the pin we are looking for:
Saket Trade Links
The pin we are looking for should be easy to use (no advance mechanish). We want you to send us new ideas, until 7th of February
#88 ibiza pin by Albertus Putra
#39 Towel Hook V2 by Dave C.
#60 Pin_from_TJ by Tejas R
This is a simplistic design concept, which can be easily 3D printed or manufactured at very low cost using injection molding. I can even assist in the production (very low cost in India) if you want me to. I have shared STEP file, 3D model in STEP format, and also a video demo along with some screenshots.
I can make any revisions that you want.
I can make any revisions that you want.
#63 RubberPin by TheGambler
#40 corkscrew approach to beach towel pin design by Jeremy Benjamin
This is a different take on my previous entry - another version of the corkscrew idea; in this scenario, the wings that open to become the handle the user twists to drive the corkscrew into the ground, those same components are also transform to become the shell or carrying case enclosing the corkscrew when secured in its not-in-use position. The towel itself is held under an elastic band suspended over a crater in the top surface. This is explained via illustrations in a PDF document attached to this entry.
#19 towel clip corkscrew approach by Jeremy Benjamin
#42 Purple Sand Clip by Decker
#47 Modular and compact by Jeshwanth
#68 Portable Bluetooth-Dolby Surround System -Weatherproof-Perfect for the Beach by benito
#20 "the pin" by benito
#34 pin for two by Albertus Putra
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