Description:I am working out a proof of concept for a marine habitat and need an expert who understand techniques of pvc/vinyl or other plastic joinery, using specific glues and (initially) existing extruded shapes. I will provide sketches and my ideas. The plastics engineer will provide feedback and (later on) CAD.
Wants:The entrant should be able to think outside of the box, have thorough knowledge of plastic construction products and be preferably able to use CAD.
Don't Wants:I dont want to limit the selection to draftmen, so if you dont use CADD but DO have extensive knowledge of plastic techniques, new and old, please consider. Also, I have no idea what he budget is but I am required to enter something here.
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