Suspended carbon fibre hammock bath

TIME REMAINING: 20 days, 8 hours
As part of my home renovation I would like to create a stunning and comfortable carbon fibre hammock bath, which will be suspended by two wall mounted supports.

The bath will be manufactured by taking the 3D CAD model created by this design contest and creating a wooden blank using a CNC machine. The wooden blank will then be wrapped in carbon fibre cloth for strength, waterproofing and aesthetics.

I have some dimensions, weight specifications and other requirements such as the location of the bath filler, bath waste, water pipes and head rest.
- Cost
- Time to complete the 3D CAD model
- If anyone has structural design experience then this will be advantageous
- If anyone has experience of carbon fibre structures then this will be advantageous
  1. .3DM format CAD model
Additional Information
The PDF attached provides an example of the type of bath I am creating but is only a guide and the bath the winner creates may or may not closely follow its design ideas. The approximate dimensions are 200cm long by 70cm wide but I don't have an approximation of the height.


#18 Aplication on wall by ARZSTUDIDESIGN
This design viwed aplication suspension to wall, plase coment to improve if you interesst sir, thankyou
2016-12-06 04:37:34
#17 Hammock Bath 1.0 by Cad Geek
Shorten up the length and added a rail hanging mount. If you have any questions about the design feel free to ask. Enjoy.
2016-12-06 01:10:35
#16 Hammock Bath by Admir Pirni
This is the design of a Hammock bath made of carbon fibers. The feet are hollow to make it light for convenient transportation while maintaining its strength and stability.
2016-12-05 21:09:06
#15 Hammock Bath by Admir Pirni
This is the design of a Hammock bath made of carbon fibers. The feet are hollow to make it light for convenient transportation while maintaining its strength and stability.
2016-12-05 21:07:22
#14 hammock-tub by Adam
2016-12-05 15:56:04
#13 Suspension concept design by ARZSTUDIDESIGN
this design made attantion how ergonomic body at relax, because on bathroom on the suspension the customer very hope to relax.
2016-12-05 15:17:05
#12 Suspended carbon fibre hammock bath by edward m barnes
2016-12-03 17:40:21
#11 good nap by REDA
2016-12-02 15:15:03
#10 Model_1 by saurabh5496
I have made it according to dimensions u suggested. Hope u'll like it. and if there is suggestions plz let me know it
2016-12-02 06:48:56
#8 Suspended carbon fibre hammock bath REV2 by Michael Dimou
The cost of carbon fiber is 90$/metre ,
Ι think for the process in CNC will be for 6 hours 350 $
Τo design my bathroom design took 35 minutes and my analysis took five minutes
I have upload and the stress analysis
2016-11-29 21:35:13
#7 Suspended carbon fibre hammock bath REV1 by Michael Dimou
The cost of carbon fiber is 90$/metre ,
Ι think for the process in CNC will be for 6 hours 350 $
Τo design my bathroom took 45 minutes and my analysis took five minutes
I have upload and the stress analysis
2016-11-29 20:43:26
#6 Carbon Bath v1.1 by ollieuk28
Added shape to top and water inlets and outlet
2016-11-29 20:22:23
#5 Carbon Bath v1.0 by ollieuk28
2016-11-29 18:36:05
#4 carbon fibre hammock bath by MUNISWARAN
2016-11-29 11:06:19
#3 Gondola Bath by Steersman
When I saw the images, I immediately thought - Gondola (see image below)
The attached sketch is the idea that stemmed from this. The shape is designed to give the impression of the Venetian gondola, but with the compromise that it must be practical for both bathing, and cleaning.
The design also includes two upright wooden supports to simulate the mooring piles, that a gondola would be tied up to when not in use. The attachments can be a rope or a metal ring.
Also to note, in my sketch I have just shown the bath attached to the 'piles' at the top, but this will cause the bath to swing when the user is climbing in and out.
If this is not acceptable, then we can add in an extra attachement point at the bottom.
I hope you like it, I would certainly enjoy the challenge of creating it. I have designed a boat hull some years ago so I am familiar with the technique of creating such a shape successfully
If you would like me to create this as a 3D CAD model, the charge will be £240.00
I can also get the prototype built here in the UK, but i am aware that this might prove an expensive option because of the transportation costs to the USA.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Best regards
Rob Chicken - Combe Products
2016-11-29 10:29:12
#2 Hammock by REDA
2016-11-29 10:15:19
#1 carbon fibre hammock bath by Adrriano Mattera
This is my early design,202cm long(final one be 200cm) ,70cm wide.
Still need work on it, soon I sent you more project end technical data including data for the molds.If you have any sugestion or question send me a message
2016-11-29 06:46:52




Tue, 06 Dec 2016 07:42:47 +0000
please, comment my design concept if u like my concept design. thaks you very much



Mon, 05 Dec 2016 19:24:53 +0000
Hello sir, Do like my model?



Tue, 29 Nov 2016 18:49:03 +0000
Hi JimboPenguin, first welcome, and thanks for providing us designers with another challenge. I've submitted a concept design for you to look at so please give me any feedback. However, and I mean this in the most respectful way possible, for $200 you will in no way get a full manufacture ready design from a designer worth working with. Please consider that the cost of the bath in the PDF was $35000 dollars and you only want to pay the designer $200? If a concept is all you are after, and an idea for shape and form, $200 is fine and well done for prepaying as this makes a big difference. I would suggest the best way for you to move your project forward is to choose a designer from the concept designs created from this competition and then work with that designer in the future on a more realistic pay scheme.

This is of course just my opinion and I will continue to follow, and contribute, to your project.

Best of luck



Tue, 29 Nov 2016 08:27:54 +0000
I have updated my project in response to the comments you have all made:
1) I have increased the prize from $150 to $250
2) I have increased the duration from 7d to 21d to give time for more people to enter the contest
Tue, 29 Nov 2016 08:22:58 +0000
Hi Jim,
It is very interesting contest. Would like to join.
Is it possible to extend the contest if you are not in a hurry.

Because most of us working full time for some company and come here on free time. To make good design concept it will need to do considerable amount of sketches. Then select one of those themes and improve it. Source matching accessory components from reliable suppliers and finalize the concept takes more than a week.

If you can extend it up to 2-3 weeks, it may help get more design concepts. So you can have handful of options to make the final choice.




Tue, 29 Nov 2016 07:29:51 +0000
Good morning Adriano,

Many thanks for your initial design entry. It is already very good and I am amazed by how rapidly and beautifully you have drafted it! I have a few edits that I would like:
1) If you look at the picture on page 2 you will see that the bath is quite a lot deeper and therefore can hold more water.
2) I will be used a different mounting system to the bath shown in the PDF; I will have two tubes parallel to the floor (perpendicular to the wall), which will replace the two wall mounting flaps/flanges (sorry - my engineering vocabulary isn't very good at this point). Are you able to design a mounting point/receiver for the tubes at each end to replace the flanges and try to blend them in with the overall design aesthetic?
3) How thick is the bath and is the thickness constant throughout? I believe the example bath probably gets thicker in the middle but I'm not 100% sure.
4) Do you have any experience with engineering and can you advise on the carbon fibre construction in terms of the number of layers, areas that will need reinforcement, etc?




Mon, 28 Nov 2016 21:16:17 +0000
My first project on here so I have literally no idea what is a reasonable prize value. I'm open to suggestions.
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 20:50:01 +0000
I would agree, increase the contest amount for better quality submittals. The price you have is more for conceptual instead of production ready
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 20:23:18 +0000

I could help you with you design.
I design aircraft carbon fiber structures for a living and my expertise is composite design.
I think that for $120 USD you will not get anything worth producing but if you really want to speak with real experts, let me know.

Good luck!



Mon, 28 Nov 2016 17:51:45 +0000
PS other requirements:
1) the headrest will integrate a low profile, wide spreading bath filler that will not only fill the bath but will also warm the backrest so that when the user enters the bath it is already comfortably warm.
2) The bath will be suspended approximately 15cm off the floor and water will exit the bath at the bottom and flow into a drain on the bathroom floor.
3) The bath will be suspended by two metal brackets that attach to the bathroom wall.
4) The bath will be required to support a human weighing up to 150kg and up to 100kg of water.



Mon, 28 Nov 2016 17:47:24 +0000
Thank you for your comment greetz - i have added some Additional Information to my project and pasted it here by way of response: The PDF attached provides an example of the type of bath I am creating but is only a guide and the bath the winner creates may or may not closely follow its design ideas. The approximate dimensions are 200cm long by 70cm wide but I don't have an approximation of the height.
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 17:19:43 +0000

where can we find the dimensions and other requirements?
I looked to the attachment but that's just publicity...

greetz frederic

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