Ellis industrial design group project

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Physical description Our final design consists of two long channels that are adjustable in length in order to accommodate the various sizes of surfboards that range from five feet long, to almost ten. There are two sets of bracket like hooks that are coated in non-skid urethane rubber to hold the board securely and to prevent marring. Along with the dizzying array of available board lengths, the widths of the surfboards can also vary greatly. The holder, and all hardware are to be made out of aluminum and stainless steel components for both strength and attractiveness. In truth, there is not too much to it, and for good reason. We felt that there were enough board holders out there that are big bulky and not very appealing to the eye. So we went with a minimalist approach that utilizes aluminum and stainless steel for a modern yet barely discernable look. Strength and durability Since our design is composed of entirely durable materials our only problems may stem with the hardware that mounts the unit to the wall. When it came to discuss
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