Description:I need a plastic prototype design in 3D. This object is a hollow ball (20mm in diameter, 1mm in thickness). The ball is composed of 2 parts (top and bottom piece). The top piece will slide into the bottom piece. On the top of the ball are small air vents (0.7mm) that form the shape of a circle. The bottom of the ball will have an opening (4mm diameter). There is a small arch inside the ball that sits at the base. The arch will extend from one end of the opening to the other. The arch will will be 1 mm in thickness. I have attached images I created with paint.
Wants:I would like to see the object in the following colors: baby blue, pink, light green, white
- AutoCAD (latest)
Additional InformationI will need the project in 2 files: AutoCad (.dwg) and STL
#1 20mm ball halves by tsalpha
#7 Hollow Ball with Clocwise Locker by Habib Khan
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