Tempest 3V1 Development Thread (3D PRINTED prototype of the 3V1 soon!

Discussion in 'Hardware Area' started by Sion, Nov 17, 2016.

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  1. Sion

    Sion Member

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    I also saw your question earlier; I'm not offended; don't worry.

    I think they may be interested with the general logic I have with the internals, and the fact if borrows aspects from multiple generations of speecubes. My goal is effortless and smooth, but controllable and easy to handle.

    If anyone knows how to contact certain puzzle manufacturers, please let me know. I'm willing to share my designs.
     
  2. Duncan Bannon

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    I deleted it just after, just in case :) Good Luck!
     
  3. Sion

    Sion Member

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    I'm not exactly sure who to work with.

    I'm not sure who would be willing to talk to me, or how I will be able to contact anyone; I don't have social media. Not to mention, I did contact rubiks and moyu two years back, no response yet.

    I'm sure I'll find someone. I'm not sure how to contact anyone though, and be able to get correspondance.
     
  4. One Wheel

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    I guess I'd try talking to theCubicle, Cube Depot, or SCS. They're not manufacturers ,but they'd know how to contact manufacturers.
     
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  5. Competition Cuber

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    I know thecubicle turned him down a while back.
     
  6. One Wheel

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    For helping with development. Just getting in touch with manufacturers might be different.
     
  7. dskids

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    It's over a year later and you haven't even made a social media account for your brand yet? No wonder you haven't heard back from any manufacturers yet... they are not going to take you seriously unless you take your brand and products seriously and represent them in a professional manner.

    I don't mean to come off as a jerk because I think it would be really cool if your designs came to market. But ideas don't just become products overnight... branding, marketing, supply chain, tooling, and manufacturing are huge pieces of the process that it seems like you haven't even considered yet.
     
  8. Sion

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    Social media is something I've mostly been weary off for the most part. I'll need to talk to my parents about it.
     

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