Blocks and Pulleys, and Strings…. Oh My!Blind

in 3D Rendering Services held by clayp1
Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
Description:
This is a new kid’s toy that uses strings with blocks, pulleys, motors, trolley, carriage, hooks, and claws. The components can be attached with temporary double-sided tape, to walls, ceilings, and floor areas (horizontal and vertical surfaces. and inside and outside corners, window and door frames) in a room(s).
Wants:
The objective of this campaign is to use as many of the components (attached files) as you can, making a zip line, trolley, crane, and anything else that your imagination can come up with. Draw the components in 3D. Their sizes should be kid size (apx 4”) and placed inside a scale size room. Make the parts of each component colorful and fun. The components use a double-sided sticky tape to be attached to the surface. The setup must be done inside a room(s).
Don't Wants:
Simple designs.
Software:
  1. SolidWorks
Additional Information
I need is a design that uses most if not all the components. I am not looking for detailed components. Just a fun use of the components. How would a Kid play with this toy??

Entries

1st Winner
#7 New Submission as Requirement by Gregorius Giga
Hi!
Thanks you for your additional Information! This is my new entries, hope you can open it. I was provided 3 different format (STEP, STL, and IGES Format) and i compressed into ZIP/RAR File with 37 3D Files Inside, so you have to extract it first.
Thanks, Giga
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Aug 18, 2021 23:04
#3 Additional Files Concept 1 - by Gregorius Giga
Hi Clayp1,
Additional Files for my first entries..
Please give your feedback and tell me if you need some modification or if something is missing on my design!
Best Regards, Giga
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Aug 1, 2021 9:03
#1 Kids Wings by YeshwanthM
As measurenents are'nt mentioned in this task I had tried my level best to do this project with simple mechanism and with less cost materials, please do let me know if any sought of changes to be done i can help u with it and at any Cost / Situation as your aspects.
Uploaded video its a motion mechanisim of your expectations for final assembly and core file please ping me if you are satisfied without any changes.
Thank you...
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Jul 30, 2021 16:32
#4 TK... by ZOUHAIR
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Aug 9, 2021 16:50
#5 EQUIPMENT... by ZOUHAIR
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Aug 16, 2021 17:08
#6 EQUIPMENT... by ZOUHAIR
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Aug 16, 2021 17:08

Discussion

Gregorius Giga

Designer

Mon, 09 Aug 2021 17:12:49 +0000
Your feedback will help us to get what you really need.

YeshwanthM

Designer

Fri, 30 Jul 2021 19:05:30 +0000
i had't used any of sting spool, i had worked on it with some of my manual scrolling mechanism, so that the kids can have manual movement or we can also suggest them with slant or anggular attachment of rope so that for free flying with the help of taper sliding alternatively, all i mean to make u understand is my design and diagram is automatic and manual without motors, so that ofcourse it costs u less and make a kid active by using it manually, its not an big deal to fix a motor, but still its my small caring suggestion to share with

YeshwanthM

Designer

Fri, 30 Jul 2021 16:37:27 +0000
My measurements assuemed as (20"Lx15"Bx15" h) room

clayp1

Buyer

Thu, 29 Jul 2021 12:57:43 +0000
See new attachment. Measurements are approximate, Think what a kid would like. I am excited to see your work!!!
Thu, 29 Jul 2021 12:05:15 +0000
Nice Contest. However, you have not given any measurements. Could you please give the measurements?

clayp1

Buyer

Mon, 26 Jul 2021 16:39:30 +0000
Hello
It’s a kids toy, so size it for kids. The pulleys shouldn’t be over 4-6”. The grappler claw is at the top of the docs. The trolly may or may not have a motor. The one that doesn’t, must be moved using a to/fro strings. Hope this helps!
Mon, 26 Jul 2021 08:09:17 +0000
Hi, Thanks for this contest.
You write about 4" apx for the scale but which part must be this measurement ?
I don't see claws in you PDF, have you some informations about it ?
The smart trolley seems to have a motor but I've understood that this part move with the help of the line movement.
Could you help us with this ?

Thanks

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