Design me a Product - foot strap housing electronic device
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $167
- Entries Received: 10
- Winner: marcusmechanics
The design we need is for a wearable tech device - a foot-band for babies:
- the top section contains an electronic device (dimensions below)
- the electronic device sits on top of the foot, in the centre
- must have a "D-ring" or similar built into each end so a 16mm velcro/nylon strap can be fed through
- see attached rough hand sketch and example d-ring for more detail.
- must have a removable top section secured with a small jeweller screw so that the battery can be removed and replaced. Battery sits at the top and is a square, lithium polymer type.
*** KEY INFO: MUST BE AS SLEEK AND DISCREET AS POSSIBLE *** Aiming for an Apple product feel. Use this as inspiration:
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Please read the details below for more important information.
Material: medical grade, hypoallergenic silicon / rubber / must be flexible
Size: The whole section (from D-ring to D-ring i.e. end to end) should be max 40mm in length. Must be able to contain an electronic device that is 20mm wide x 30mm long x 1cm tall.
- It should have a rectangular hole on the underside that is towards the front of the area where the electronic device sits (4mm from the front and the cutout should be in the centre, 3mm x 3mm) for an LED to shine through.
- Velcro/nylon strap will be 16mm in width.
- 3D render of your product design
- design source files
- file for 3D printing (.stl preferred)
We are looking forward to your creative ideas...
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