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I need a 3d design.

Think of a signboard like this:

And now we need it smaller and more fashionable. So that someone can hold it like this:

The pole should be one that can be expanded with the push of a button. The pole will go up to a max of 12 feet. And when no expanded it will be 6 feet.

The pole should have 3 buttons on it. 1 button will increase the height of the pole, the 2nd button will decrease the height of the pole. And the 3rd button should lower a stand so that the user can set the sign board down and not have to hold it.

Look at this youtube video:

You see how the button makes the umbrella open and then close. I want the same the thing. if the person click the button then pole will extend and if they click it again it will go back down

Oh also can you make it look kinda futuristic. Do you know what a lightsaber is?
Looks like this:$10.01-20-_-25765&utm_medium=CSE&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=COSTUME%20ACCESSORIES%20%3e%20BOYS%2fUNISEX%20%3e%20TOY%20WEAPONS%2fGUNS%2fNUNCHUKS%2fSWORD%2fSHIELD&utm_content=25765&CAWELAID=120245380000161201&catargetid=120245380000076529&cadevice=c?clickid=78d14767-1c9f-41c2-890d-cd9a1a6f3f99&gclid=CNWVz4exzNACFYWVfgodMHoD0g

So like on the outside of the pole. I want the plastic with the light inside. So it glows. So that it will be strong on the inside, and then on the outside there will be a glowing light to make it look cool

On top of the signboard will be a cheap lcd screen. This screen will display text or an image on it.

The pole shouldn't be too heavy but it should be strong enough to securely hold the lcd screen on top. The wires should run inside the pole and nothing should be shown outside.

I am attaching an image of something really basic but similar to what I am looking for.
Look swell as simplicity
  1. Anything you want


= Buyer's Rating
1st Winner
#9 LCD Screen Stand by Dan_f
Dec 5, 2016 17:09
#2 Extendible Sign by Steersman
Dec 4, 2016 8:58
#3 Modern Electric Expandable Pole by Angga Darma Prabowo
Dec 4, 2016 10:34
#4 Cad Design.REV1 by Michael Dimou
Dec 4, 2016 14:11
#6 Cad design by REDA
Dec 4, 2016 22:09
#7 Banner stand by Bodhayan
Dec 5, 2016 9:22
#8 pole lcd by shantanu
Dec 5, 2016 11:00
#12 led pole stand by sunny sihag
Dec 5, 2016 21:03
#13 signpole design by A-Designs
Dec 5, 2016 22:37




Fri, 24 Feb 2017 15:58:07 +0000
Has anybody won this?

edward m barnes


Thu, 15 Dec 2016 03:11:07 +0000
So how won?



Thu, 08 Dec 2016 07:55:06 +0000
Hi heeh321

When is the winner to be announced?




Sat, 03 Dec 2016 18:46:47 +0000
@sunny sihag - Anyway you want is fine

sunny sihag


Sat, 03 Dec 2016 16:57:32 +0000
sir,do you want a picture of the model or a 3d model files??



Fri, 02 Dec 2016 17:55:59 +0000
@Cstringer - Yes this is something that I want to build.

@Streersman - Um. I haven't thought of it like that. Would a mechanical mechanism be easier and cheaper? And for the lightsaber guide, I was actually thinking like a steel pole inside or something sturdy but not too heavy that can support the sign, and the plastic would be around the steel pole just for looks. I don't want the plastic to support anything, its just purely for looks. And most of the places that it will be used are indoors so there will not be much wind. We just need a base that can stabilize the sign if it's on the ground.

@saurabh5496 - The pole will expand up to 12 feet. And the sign on top will be 2ft X 1ft or 2ft X 2ft.
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 15:29:57 +0000
Is this something you want to be able to actually build? Or do you just want a 3d model?



Fri, 02 Dec 2016 10:16:52 +0000
An interesting challenge, but I don't understand its actual purpose, or why anyone would want such a thing.
Electric powered poles seems over sophisticated. Why not a simple mechanical mechanism. Also, the light sabre you guide us to is made of plastic for the light to emit. For a twelve foot high sign, I think plastic might be too flimsy unless it is very large diameter..

Also, about the base. if the sign is to be left unattended, then the base needs to be substantial in order to prevent it being blown down in the wind. I would expect it to be made of concrete.

Can you elaborate please?
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 07:05:08 +0000
Hello sir.
Can you tell me the display board dimensions?



Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:51:47 +0000
Sure I can do that.
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 23:09:39 +0000
Hello there,

Can you prepay the prize?, i am sure you are going to get some good designs :)

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