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I can't find one. I was looking around the web not sure where they are being sold. Or even the exact name they launched under. What were your questions I can probably show work to explain it more?
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singletrack wrote:I can't find one. I was looking around the web not sure where they are being sold. Or even the exact name they launched under. What were your questions I can probably show work to explain it more?
I personally would be interested in seeing how you came to the shape you did - Really digging the subtle twist and transition through the handle. Nice work!
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Here are some of the development process I used to create the final shape. There were also a lot of 3d model revs and prints to get it to were it is now. I am also including some close up pictures from a sample on my desk so you can see the texture and curve of the handle. The initial idea came from an obscure reference that I came across about creating products for delicate surgeries and that it is best to try to have the fingers closet to center access of spin.
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very cool, thanks for sharing!
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Really excited to share the first round of products I've designed and developed here at Orvis. This being my first time in footwear and outerwear, alot of time was spent working with sourcing, vendors, and field testers to determine proper fabrics, construction techniques, and best practices.
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Ultralight Waders (men's / Women's)
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Check out the micro site below to dive into the Ultralight system of products and features:

https://spark.adobe.com/page/GqWCDKHWk5kED/
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Congrats Jim! Some real performance product!
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Really nice stuff, Jim!
Must be fun testing these and working at Orvis. Gotta admit, I am a little jealous, being a little bit of a fisherman myself :wink:
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Our second project with PRS Guitars just dropped. This was a fun product to develop - rock stars have their own vision for a VBL and corporate entities have their vision for cost effectiveness - we got to sit in the middle and help bring it all together. It didn't hurt that we got to work with Mark Tremonti. I'm thrilled with the execution of the details. http://www.prsguitars.com/amplifiers/mt/mt_15/

Just in, this amp won Best of Show at this past weekend's annual NAMM show. Awesome!
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Nice, congrats Scott. That is a really fun category to work in!
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I joined this project really late, so really can't take much of the credit, but am still really excited to have played a tiny part in it's journey in to the wild! The press went live this week ahead of New York Toy Fair, Iron Man Hero Vision AR.

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Awesome! Congrats. I was just reading all about that, nice to know you worked on it.
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Very cool, the lunchbox amp category has evolved in a very interesting way. Out of curiosity, what other project did you work on with PRS?
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Our second project with PRS Guitars just dropped. This was a fun product to develop - rock stars have their own vision for a VBL and corporate entities have their vision for cost effectiveness - we got to sit in the middle and help bring it all together. It didn't hurt that we got to work with Mark Tremonti. I'm thrilled with the execution of the details. http://www.prsguitars.com/amplifiers/mt/mt_15/

Just in, this amp won Best of Show at this past weekend's annual NAMM show. Awesome!
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Hi AVClub - we contributed to a previously released Amp of theirs and are now kicking off a new project - expanding into a new category with them.
AVClub wrote:Very cool, the lunchbox amp category has evolved in a very interesting way. Out of curiosity, what other project did you work on with PRS?
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Our second project with PRS Guitars just dropped. This was a fun product to develop - rock stars have their own vision for a VBL and corporate entities have their vision for cost effectiveness - we got to sit in the middle and help bring it all together. It didn't hurt that we got to work with Mark Tremonti. I'm thrilled with the execution of the details. http://www.prsguitars.com/amplifiers/mt/mt_15/

Just in, this amp won Best of Show at this past weekend's annual NAMM show. Awesome!
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Generatewhatsnext wrote:Hi AVClub - we contributed to a previously released Amp of theirs and are now kicking off a new project - expanding into a new category with them.
Nice work on the amp! That’s so cool that you got to work with them. I’ve always wondered if guitar brands design their own stuff or hire consultants. Working with a guitar brand is a big bucket list item for me.
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Hi guys,

This one's for you gamers out there!
I did the ID concept for a new Gaming speaker that launched today: the Logitech G560

Usually I focus more on our core business with keyboards and mice but when I found myself with some free time last year, I volunteered to "freelance" a little in the gaming department and conceptualized this speaker.
I just did the concept design for this and the team did a great job refining it and pushing it through product development stages.



Find more info on my website http://www.bengtbrummer.com/g560.
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