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RE-BID: PROVIDING 20 PROTOTYPES IS NOW OPTIONAL. I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, and 3-D rendering files; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. All items mentioned in this paragraph and the engineering documents for the “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement in the next paragraph comprise the deliverables. As a totally separate, optional fixed-bid, the ID can also bid to include 20 production prototypes as part of the deliverables. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. Whether the ID submits a bid or not for the prototype option, the engineering documents shall include this “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for the most efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Miles

RE-BID: PROVIDING 20 PROTOTYPES IS NOW OPTIONAL. I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair pl...

Apr 19, 2014

RE-BID: PROVIDING 20 PROTOTYPES IS NOW OPTIONAL I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, and 3-D rendering files; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. All items mentioned in this paragraph and the engineering documents for the “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement in the next paragraph comprise the deliverables. As a totally separate, optional fixed-bid, the ID can also bid to include 20 production prototypes as part of the deliverables. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. Whether the ID submits a bid or not for the prototype option, the engineering documents shall include this “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for the most efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Miles

RE-BID: PROVIDING 20 PROTOTYPES IS NOW OPTIONAL. I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, and 3-D rendering files; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. All items mentioned in this paragraph and the engineering documents for the “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement in the next paragraph comprise the deliverables. As a totally separate, optional fixed-bid, the ID can also bid to include 20 production prototypes as part of the deliverables. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. Whether the ID submits a bid or not for the prototype option, the engineering documents shall include this “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for the most efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Miles

Apr 19, 2014

I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, and 3-D rendering files; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. All items mentioned in this paragraph and the engineering documents for the “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement in the next paragraph comprise the deliverables. As a totally separate, optional fixed-bid, the ID can also bid to include 20 production prototypes as part of the deliverables. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. Whether the ID submits a bid or not for the prototype option, the engineering documents shall include this “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for the most efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Miles

RE-BID: PROVIDING 20 PROTOTYPES IS NOW OPTIONAL I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, and 3-D rendering files; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. All items mentioned in this paragraph and the engineering documents for the “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement in the next paragraph comprise the deliverables. As a totally separate, optional fixed-bid, the ID can also bid to include 20 production prototypes as part of the deliverables. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. Whether the ID submits a bid or not for the prototype option, the engineering documents shall include this “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for the most efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Miles

Apr 19, 2014

I'm looking for an Industrial Designer (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, 3-D rendering files, and production prototypes; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. Twenty (20) production prototypes are part of the deliverables. All items mentioned in this paragraph comprise the deliverables. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug. The hair plug has two major components: • Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare. • Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare. I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair plug. The second approach involves 3 parties: • A wig manufacturer makes the flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh. • An adhesive manufacturer makes the adhesive patch. • An assembly factory assembles the components from both the wig and adhesive manufacturers into a complete hair plug. The ID designs the hair plug; prepares engineering documents, i.e. specifications, component/assembly drawings, CADD files, and 3-D rendering files; and packages the engineering documents separately for each of the above 2 approaches. In addition, .PDF files must be provided for ALL drawings. All items mentioned in this paragraph and the engineering documents for the “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement in the next paragraph comprise the deliverables. As a totally separate, optional fixed-bid, the ID can also bid to include 20 production prototypes as part of the deliverables. Five of the 20 production prototypes shall come with equal numbers of hairs protruding from both sides of the fabric mesh (Component 1). The hair density on each side shall be identical to that of the remaining 15 prototypes. The hairs protruding from what was designated the bare side of the mesh shall be bunched together, bent 90 degrees (parallel to mesh surface) close to their knots, and fanned out to one side (one half) of the mesh. Whether the ID submits a bid or not for the prototype option, the engineering documents shall include this “hair-coming-out-from-both-sides” arrangement. The submittal date for the deliverables is 3 weeks after the award date. Within the 3 weeks prior to the submittal date, drafts of all deliverables must be submitted in a timely fashion for my review. The most important design requirement for the second approach is: Assembling the complete hair plug shall only require the removal of a protective cover from an adhesive spot and pressing both components together. The adhesive spot can be located on the bare side of either the fabric mesh (Component 1) or the polypropylene backing (Component 2). For the second approach, the ID determines the best design, configuration, and packaging for each of the 2 major components delivered from their respective manufacturers to the assembly factory for the most efficient mass production. Samples of the adhesive patch and its polypropylene substrate WILL NOT be used in this project. However, the determination of their shape, area, and contour will be part of this project. ID shall submit weekly status report for this project. Also, if applicable, ID shall submit a list of supporting team members and their roles in this project. Finally, ID shall sign over IP rights to NanoTech Innovations, LLC. Also, ID shall sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). Miles

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RE-BID: PROVIDING 20 PROTOTYPES IS NOW OPTIONAL.


I'm looking for a person with a degree in Industrial Design (ID) to work on a FIXED BID project to design one of my consumer products. The FIXED BID shall lists the specific deliverables covered in the bid and include Elance charges. The ID must have expertise in product design, manufacturing, ergonomics, usability, aesthetics, surfacing, and engineering. The consumer product is a hair plug.

The hair plug has two major components:
• Component 1 - a flexible polymer-encased knotted-hair fabric mesh with all hairs protruding only from one side of the mesh (an exception to this requirement is explained below) leaving the other side of the mesh bare.
• Component 2 - an adhesive patch bonded to one side of a flexible polypropylene substrate leaving the other side of the substrate bare.

I'll use two approaches to manufacture the hair plug. The first approach places the responsibility on one manufacturer to produce the complete hair pl...

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