DESCRIPTION: Slide 2 and 3SHAPE CONCEPT: Coffee steam from a mug.
cool coffee machine!
Nice start, keep updating your work.
Welll... looks interesting... now you should show, how it works ;)
Looking froward to your next steps, Lorenz! :))
nice form i'm curious how you can introduce the functions...good luck
Hey, dear friends, THANKS for your great support! I just invited to collaborate a great jovotan designer - OXELOT!
Stay tuned and don't forget to give us your cool feedback!:)
Perfect choice my friend, waiting for updates asap :))
UPDATED: the shapes fixed to the provided mechanism.
Oh, the update is unque!!! So great inspiration!!!!!! really!
Thank you. We uploaded it.
I'm sure that this one will be a super strike, great update :))
Looks like it will be a really good desgn, not too complicated with some modern details! I am sure this will look amazing! Keep up with good work, team! ;)
keep going : )
very good update!!!
maybe add below the base also)
This is what you can really call an update ... very good indeed ... the sketch is great ... I see there more amazing possibilities ... great job team !
:) nice shapes and form! really like it!
mutch better now ;-))
I like the rounded shape and the fluid direction, also very complete in technical details.
My friend you fulfill the tehnical demands and you have created a great coffee machine. Maximum star from my.
Nice! Will it have a display? If there's more than one user input parameter, there should be a visual feedback of what you're changing.
very nice form! and concept
Nice concept! I like it!
Great how you develop it further and further dear Lorenz and Jorge!! Like it!!!
Very good design team...=D
Great design and colors choice :)
nice design!!! :)
good visual concept
Great idea! all stars for excellent work! :]]]
Nice design !!!
I like it, clean lines.
unique & awesome design
Very good shape, I like it.
I like it, but also here there is a cup at the coffee outlet. This should be a can which means the design has to be higher a lot and will look differently..
If you pay attention, the design is versatile: either you can have a cup, or a carafe (slides 3, 6 and 7). So this is not a problem :)
I agree, sorry I have missed the can :-( in the picture with the cup it just noticed that there was almost no space above it.. in think that has to do with the fact that there was an extra plate beneath it. The can was placed directly on the ground surface given it more space..
And do you really have the watertank around the engine?? This might fit prefectly like you say but safety wise this might not be a real good solution... in terms of water tightness of the tank, any leak will mean water directly on the engine. Misplacement/dropping of the tank also leads to direct water on the engine.. And the heater is below the watertank! Dangerous machine I would say..:-)
I see your points. BUT:
Look at the current coffee makers. They have the water tank above the heating unit. Why? so the water can go through the heating unit by gravity effect. Also, the electronic elements on the heating unit should be isolated as they indeed, deal with the water in order to make it boil.
the water tank should be build in one solid piece of plastic. The pieces (that will deal with liquid) must be tested before releasing them to sale. If they leak, they are disposed or trown back to the production line. Common sense.
The only miss-placing risk (and therefore, leaking) would be a the conection between the pipe and the water tank, which is at the base of this last one, meaning is lower than the engine. I think a water drop wouldnt climb up.
Hope this clarifies your doubts.
Agree , my only point was that in the STEP file from the briefing the watertank was also besides the heater. This avoids the risk of water coming on to the electronics on the outside of the heater. (off course there is water inside which needs to be heated).
Also agree, maybe I was not that clear but I basically meant the leakage/spillage done by human. Too quick/brutal water tank removal or placement can/will give water spillage. Off course if the engine is completeley covered te risk of water coming in is minimized. Other remark is that having such a cut-out in the water tank (where the engine will sit) makes it more difficult to produce and make watertight.
I think the watertank is open at the top?? Like in the point above I think it might be possible that people do not take enough care when placing the tank. They overfill it an hold it too horizontal , are too rude etc etc..
Thanks for your quick answers..! Not critisism from my side, just out of interest and giving feedback.
I like this
Great work guys, you did a good job!!!
yes it is great idea, good luck ,,,
I love the shape....
I love it! Great job!
Love this one! The colors are perfectly combined!