Description:Designed a product which is planned on being launched on Kickstarter. Electronics are complete, but an enclosure 3D model needs to be designed so a prototype can be 3D printed. Finally, the 3D model would need to be create with draft, fillets, and other injection molding requirements.
Wants:Design, ease of assembly, ease of mounting internal components, low tooling cost, low 3d design cost, and full injection molding tooling requirements will be evaluated.
Don't Wants:Overly complex designs that would raise the price of injection mold tooling. Designs that don't factor ease of assembly and internal component placement. Designs that don't include the draft, fillets, and other injection mold prep.
- Unknown, compatible with 3D printers and injection mold tooling
#3 Dog Sensor by Mark Perry
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog 1
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog 2
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog 3
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Exploded 1
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Exploded 2
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Inside
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Left Side 1
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Left Side 2
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Right Side 1
- SolidWorks 2014 — Dog Right Side 2
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