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Congrats Jim!!!
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Just hit! EEEEKKK!! Can't stand myself!

In the slowly evolving world of ceiling fans, I really think this will make some waves!
https://www.hunterfan.com/pendleton

Really proud parent right now, and so happy to have spent the last 2 years working with Pendleton on this project!
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congrats, Claire!
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I worked on a suite of height adjustable sinks for a large medical product distributor here in Australia. They use them to clean endoscopes in the back of the hospital. I thought I'd use the opportunity to build in a few extra details like a ledge for the staff to rest their arms on, space for storage underneath and a shroud that they can lean on when they get tired. It also protects the underneath from splashing, which means less cleaning.

We had to find and build in a leg system and plumbing setup that would raise and lower it by 200mm.

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Ditto for the accompanying packing tables that they use to inspect and package surgical equipment for sterilisation.

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Nice work Andy!!!
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I'd have that in my kitchen Andy! Sweet!

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Thanks for the kind words gents. It's been a popular choice with the client and hospitals, which is a good feeling.
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This is a self project my wife and I are just about to release. I designed her a CNC'd jewelry box with a solid quartz lid for fine jewelry and reckon it has come out really well.
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mcrobertscb wrote:
January 6th, 2019, 11:39 am
In the slowly evolving world of ceiling fans, I really think this will make some waves!
https://www.hunterfan.com/pendleton

Really proud parent right now, and so happy to have spent the last 2 years working with Pendleton on this project!
Nice work, congrats! Did you know IML is possible with fabrics as well?
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Digging the Boots Jim!

Andy - love the idea of employing Height Adjustability in Industrial Apllications, do you have any more in scene type imagery for better context?
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Nice Michael! Is the quartz difficult to get accurate enough to fit nicely into the base?

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Andy - love the idea of employing Height Adjustability in Industrial Apllications, do you have any more in scene type imagery for better context?
Funnily enough I’m rendering one out right now! I’m still waiting for a response from my former employer to see if they have any real context images. Ideally it would include a person actually using it, but photographing a product inside of a functioning hospital is a real pain in the ass. Quite literally considering what they clean in these sinks 😉
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rkuchinsky wrote:
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Nice, Michael!
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AndyMc wrote:
January 30th, 2019, 1:15 am
Nice Michael! Is the quartz difficult to get accurate enough to fit nicely into the base?
They seem to be pretty accurate with sizing and we have a test base they need to fit in before sending. It's more difficult to get such a large piece of quartz that doesn't break when cut to size. The reject rate from cracking is pretty high.
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ralphzoontjens wrote:
January 29th, 2019, 5:56 am
mcrobertscb wrote:
January 6th, 2019, 11:39 am
In the slowly evolving world of ceiling fans, I really think this will make some waves!
https://www.hunterfan.com/pendleton

Really proud parent right now, and so happy to have spent the last 2 years working with Pendleton on this project!
Nice work, congrats! Did you know IML is possible with fabrics as well?
ralphzoontjens, it's actually not IML! Its a custom print paper overlay on each side. But no! I did not know it was possible with fabric. I thought it was more common with plastics.
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