Drawings for the iNecklace

Explode

Inecklace Back

Inecklace Bezel

Inecklace Loop

Rendering

Some of you asked for these for the iNecklace, here they are! You can also check out all the files on github


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6 Comments

  1. Hey, Limor, could you speak a little bit on your process for actually creating the metal casings? I know all the files are on github and I even remember you showing a video for one of the cufflinks being milled, but could you speak a little bit more on the process of getting the CAD files together, sending them to be milled, etc. etc.?

    I also would certainly like to hear a little bit about the prices involved (prototype, set up, etc.) but I understand if you don’t want to mention that at all.

    Looks awesome by the way! Can’t wait till your next wearable comes out!

  2. @dorkusmonkey – we work with mike, our co-designer, so we’re lucky enough to have him do that part of the process. our costs had everything included, but we do know it’s often thousands of dollars to do set up and prototyping.

    we’re going to visit mike in canada and hopefully video and talk on our show about this too.

  3. Hi kids, How about a pin back version for a tie pin or just to stick on your hipster groovy geek clothes?
    Beta Test? ;^}

  4. @kentb, that’s a really easy mod you could totally do that 🙂

  5. It occurs to me that it would be possible to sell cheap “inserts” for the necklaces and cufflinks as bare boards, or in different colors, algorithms and so on. Then you could take your necklace or cufflinks and substitute in different personalities, at the cost of just the electronics (cheap) rather than all that custom machined metal (expensive.) Any plans along those lines?

    Or they might appeal to the amateur machinists who think the metal is easy unless it’s solid tungsten, but don’t want to mess with chips…

  6. @westfw – of course 🙂

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