Fitness Trampoline

in 3D Modeling Design held by s4a
Contest Ended, The buyer is selecting the winner(s).
Description:
Fitness trampoline 40 inch diameter.
36 springs.
T-Bar handle
Rubber feet to avoid scratching an wooden.tiled floors
See attached spec which is an excellent model. Just needs some improvement and a sturdy handle.
Wants:
Safety
Rigidity/robustness of product.
T-Bar Handle design.
Ease of assembly/dismantling.- quick method of collapsing i.e. similar to baby push chairs/prams/strollers would be ideal, but must not be unsafe whereby this can happen accidentally during usage.
Software:
  1. step file

Entries

#14 Entry 2 by handsketcher
Added some modifications to your design.
If you prefer single pole T-bar design, then your sketch is more than enough I believe. Unless you need CAD drawings. In this design I modified your suggested idea little bit to add two poles to make it sturdy.
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2016-11-26 14:51:32
#13 Fitness Trampoline by Adrriano Mattera
68cm mat, 40 inch diameter
I make it pretty close to your notes, but for better stability and safety I could make one with thicker frame and legs, (so if like this concept send me a message with any your suggestion and i make you one ). If You will choose this project I make you all 2D and 3D drawings with dimencions and technical data for all parts.
I am ready for a longer cooperation
Regards
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2016-11-26 14:20:05
#12 Fitness Trampoline by Bodhayan
Very simple & unique design of Fitness Trampoline.
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2016-11-26 10:23:59
#11 Trampoline 01 by Julio C.
To make the trampoline more stable, two sets of legs have been attached, this helps the rigidity of the structure, and also helps to make the main support pole more rigid, having a closer union to the floor and connected with 2 support legs.
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2016-11-25 06:22:19
#10 Fitness Trampoline REV.2 by Michael Dimou
This is a new design with square frames and with 6 straight feet
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2016-11-24 17:32:56
#9 Fitness Trampoline by Loc Bui
Handle of Trampoline with quick release pin. It is easy installation.
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2016-11-24 12:16:09
#8 Trampoline design by handsketcher
Please review all the attached files.
Your feedback highly appreciated.
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2016-11-24 00:09:43
#7 Fitness Trampoline REV.1 by Michael Dimou
check my updated Design
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2016-11-18 21:50:31
#6 FITNESS TRAMPOLINE by Bhupinder Singh
THIS FITNESS TRAMPOLINE HAS 36 SPRINGS , SUPPORTED ON FIVE LEGS, A MAT CONNECTED THROUGH V RINGS TO THE SPRINGS ,THE LEGS ARE SO DESIGNED THAT THESE CAN BE ADJUSTED ACCORDING TO THE FLOOR i.e. THERE ARE TWO KEYS THAT SUPPORTS THE TWO JOINTS OF THE LEGS , ANYONE CAN ADJUST IT ACCORDINGLY AND THE FEET ARE DESIGNED AS A SUCTION CUPS SO THAT THIS TRAMPOLINE CAN ALSO GET FIXED ON THE VERTICAL SURFACES OR WALLS......LEGS AND FEET CAN BE ADJUSTED BY ADJUSTING THE KEYS ,,,,,,,
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2016-11-17 16:26:55
#5 Fitness Trampoline by SMITA N
design triangle from bottom of ring for T stand support but so many options for assemble and dissamble it ....
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2016-11-08 14:01:07
#4 Nescorp by Kafshdouzi
Stabilized Ergonomic Fitness Trampoline
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2016-11-08 07:22:04
#3 Fold-able Trampoline by B-man
Trampoline has fold-able bars and legs for easy setup. Joints are tested for 1250lbs of weigth. I used square tubing is instead of round, it will provide a rigid structure.
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2016-11-05 00:47:37
#2 Fitness Trampoline REV.0 by Michael Dimou
very simple design with different base of trampoline
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2016-11-02 19:40:28
#1 Trampoline Design by Cad Geek
More rendered's on my portfolio. Enjoy
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2016-11-01 19:06:58

Discussion

s4a

Buyer

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 19:58:08 +0000
Thank you all for your efforts.

I will pick a winner shortly, but would like to stress that this has been a particularly challenging competition.

Thank you once again, sincerely.
Fri, 04 Nov 2016 06:13:48 +0000
Hi s4a,
These are my recommendations to your design.
1. Add ribs which are triangular in shape to the T-bar at the bottom where it attached to the circular trampoline frame. This will give strength to the T-bar from bending or flexing.
2. For ease of assembly and disassembly, Make sure the mating parts has the predefined holes features to assemble tubes quickly and use key way and slot feature to assemble in one direction and one orientation only. This will help in quick assembly and mistake proof the design.
Regards,
Pavan

s4a

Buyer

Mon, 31 Oct 2016 06:31:18 +0000
An improvement on the existing design is what I am looking for.
The existing handle could be more stable. The trampoline itself is fine for now.
Also, the whole thing currently takes a long time to assemble. If possible (but not mandatory) an improvement to speed up the assembly/dismantling would be preferred.
This isn't essential.
Mon, 31 Oct 2016 00:17:28 +0000
Are you looking for a similar design in a step file or a brand new design that is collapsable?

s4a

Buyer

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 06:27:33 +0000
No, the existing product is fairly stable.
The rubber feet keep it from slipping.
Other than assembly and dismantling, my other area of concern would be the strength of the T-Bar handle and preventing it from buckling and twisting/skewing under the dynamic forces imposed on it.
I will post a picture of an existing T-Bar handle design shortly.
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 06:21:18 +0000
Do U want separate weights underneath so it stands better while Training? Because at that size it might slip or slide quick

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