Okay, today I need YOUR help…
Due to popular demand in a previous post I did – I’m going to produce some titanium lanyard beads (the titanium is on it’s way to me as I type this!).
I’ve got the designs already for the most part (I’ve had them for well over a year – but they’ve been low-priority).
Here’s where you come in…
I need to get a better idea of dimensions before final design and creation.
Now, I could go and do lot of research – but I’m confident enough that I can trust what you tell me.
Because, almost certainly, you are way more knowledgeable about lanyard beads than I am.
There are two dimensions I need to know – take a look at the drawing below:
Because the designs are 90% done – I just need to finalise ‘L’ (the overall length of the beads) and ‘H’ (the internal hole that the cord passes through)…
What should ‘L‘ be?
What should ‘H‘ be?
Now, I expect some differences of opinion.
Mainly looking for a consensus of what’s going to work for most.
Thank you in advance!
Oh, and one more thing…
The beads are going to be the usual Cogent Industries high-end design and quality – so they’re not going to be low-end $5-each type things.
The machining costs are relatively high for such small objects – but the designs are pretty damn cool.
You know me… it’s either awesome …or nothing!
I vote for awesome – how about you? 🙂