Self-heating Tumbler Design

in Product Design held by Topi
Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
Description:
We are a new venture specializing in the creation of Self-Heating Tumblers. Our tumblers (travel mugs) are quality made with precision and self-heat themselves by the press of a button. The button initiate a reaction inside the tumbler chambers, causing the interior to heat up.

We are looking for a concept/prototype design in 3D. We have attached design specifications and photos describing the product.
Wants:
Has to be modern, slender, simple, and delicate culminating in an eye-catching fancy quality product. Preferably the exterior to be made of aluminum or heat-resistant metal.

The product is a hot cup system. The system has a generally cylindrical exterior member with a cylindrical side wall and with an open upper end and an open lower end. The exterior member is molded from a thermally insulating heat-resistant metal. The system also has a generally cylindrical interior
member with a cylindrical side wall with an open upper end and a lower end With a generally planar circular lower portion. The lower portion is formed with laterally spaced
downwardly extending parallel projections. The interior member is fabricated of a thermally conductive metallic material. A circular base is next provided With a central
section extending downwardly therefrom. The base is fabricated of a resilient clear elastomeric material and is coupled to the interior surface of the exterior member adjacent to the lower end thereof a chamber is formed between the interior member and exterior member and base. A heat generating fluid is located Within the chamber. A generally hemispherically shaped trigger is formed of a exible metallic material located above the central section of the base.

We are looking for a concept that looks similar to the Starbucks 2012 Stainless Steel Tumbler. **A photo has been attached**
Don't Wants:
Un-manufacturable designs
Non-complicated looking
No childish look
No curvy edges
Sturdy looking
Software:
  1. AutoCAD
Additional Information
A 3D design + a realistic design needed

Please make sure the exterior has a black matte finish.

Entries

1st Winner
#25 Tumbler v3 by DaBu
2013-10-08 07:16:52
#19 tumbler by robhare
tumbler
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2013-09-29 10:16:14
#20 Tumbler v2 by DaBu
Redesigned the top according to your specs. I separated the cutout from where you drink from the area where you control the cover: I consider being more hygienic this way. The sliding piece is easy to assembly and its shape prevents from falling inside the tumbler. I hope that the image is suggestive enough. I attached the STEP file wich is standard for 3D model and can be opened in most modelling programs. I can provide detailed dimensional drawings and STL files for 3D printing as well. The ratio between reservoir volume and heating liquid chamber volume can be easily adjusted once you know what your needs are. If there's anything else that I missed please tell.
Dan
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2013-09-30 11:28:46
#24 Tumbler v3 by DaBu
This is my concept with vacuum chamber.
Assembly goes like this:
1. Bottom plate is glued to the bottom of the vacuum chamber.
2. You put inside the previously assembled trigger mechanism (trigger disk, spring and support). The support has the following advantages:
- eliminates the protruding elements from the bottom of the
liquid chamber (difficult to manufacture)
- holds the spring and the trigger disk
- centers the trigger disk at assembly point.
3. Mount the ring on the liquid chamber
4. Mount the above assembly inside the vacuum chamber
Notes: bottom plate and ring should be glued to assure sealing for the hot liquid chamber.
5. External coat is added - you can use different materials, markings, logo and then just switch them
6. Top (lid) has two additional elements that can be easily assembled: silicon seal and sliding cover.
If there are any questions please don't hesitate to ask.
Dan
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2013-10-03 07:11:05
#26 Tumbler by robhare
New improved fit with thread and a sealing O ring. Better AutoCAD backup drawing
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2013-10-08 07:57:44
#1 Contest by Pat Andres
Detailed Autocad 3d model of New tumbler Design unrendered
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2013-09-05 09:05:45
#2 Tumbler Prototype by Pat Andres
Autocad 3d Model of a new tumbler
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2013-09-05 23:13:56
#4 tumbler by robhare
2013-09-07 05:48:34
#5 vacum cleaner by ludianto
2013-09-07 20:37:43
#6 tumber by robhare
tumbler trigger adjustment
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2013-09-08 08:20:42
#7 Tumbler Design by Sergiu.Nasta
2013-09-09 14:27:04
#8 Tumbler Design Section by Sergiu.Nasta
2013-09-09 14:27:57
#10 Tumbler Design 1 by Sergiu.Nasta
2013-09-11 05:06:22
#11 Tumbler Design 2 by Sergiu.Nasta
2013-09-11 05:06:50
#12 Tumbler Design 3 by Sergiu.Nasta
2013-09-11 05:07:27
#13 tumbler by robhare
self heating tumbler
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2013-09-13 11:36:24
#15 tumbler by robhare
tumbler
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2013-09-17 22:39:24
#17 bambu_series_ by N.J.Brizuela
sostenible material development designed in Barcelona By www.i-cad.es_This design belongs to i-cad.es and may not be reproduced without the express authorization of its property_www.i-cad.es_28-09-2013_Nicolas Brizuela
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2013-09-28 20:25:27
#18 Self-heating Tumbler by DaBu
Designed in CATIA and exported as STEP and STL for convenience. Obviously, if you need the source Catia files I can provide that. Check the PDF drawing for details about composition and manufacturing.
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2013-09-29 06:51:13
#21 Tumblr Interior by rishin_n
I had designed inside of a tumbler according to the given picture. Size of the tumbler is not given in the picture given, therefore i had not given the dimensions in the figure. I hope tha that this design will helpful for your project.
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2013-09-30 17:52:54
#22 Tumbler by Innovative Design
Tumbler
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2013-10-02 12:15:59
#23 Tumbler by Innovative Design
Tumbler
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2013-10-02 12:17:02

Discussion

Topi

Buyer

Wed, 04 Sep 2013 12:09:05 +0000
Hey robhare, an explanation list for the numbered parts is provided within the attachments. Dimensions are open-ended, however preferably if you follow something similar to below.
Dimensions: 2.7” wide at the widest point of the lid x 7.0”H x 2.6” at middle point of mug x 2.5” diameter at base.

Also, preferably it should look very similar to the "Starbucks 2012 Black Stainless Steel Tumbler".

robhare

Designer

Wed, 04 Sep 2013 04:30:39 +0000
hi do you have dimensions and names list for your numbered parts.
For Don't Wants , Do you want a complicated look or a non complicated look ?

Topi

Buyer

Wed, 04 Sep 2013 01:30:15 +0000
Gundhi, yes you may use relevant software that will help in the final project outcome.
Wed, 04 Sep 2013 00:38:29 +0000
Can I use another sosftware like Autodesk Inventor ?

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