Description:I'm seeking a CAD designer/firm for a skin care brush. Below are it's requirements:
1. a two-three piece mold in which the parts join (snap, insert, interlock, etc).
2. top portion part is a more flexible durometer and the bottom portion/handle part is a firm plastic durometer.
3. a clean, minimalist design (visual references can be provided)
- brush body must conform to body areas shapes: legs, armpits, bikini zone, under neck/chin
- brush handle must be ergonomic to right/left handed
4. additional info as well as pencil & vector sketches can be provided for later stages
5. No need to design the brush bristles (already have these) so main focus is on body and how the two durometers are joined
6. I will need at least (3) three designed options to pick from and prototype.
Wants:Body shape, ergonomics, joining method, manufacturability
Don't Wants:part that needs glue to join
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