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After all the valuable feedback we received on our last post we immediately dug into designing an Anser, as well as a #9 and a nice, compact mallet (we have yet to cut metal on the last two). There was a design flaw where the primary bumpers meet the lower bumpers at the toe and heel, which has since been remedied. The next step is converting this to a one piece design that includes the hosel.
As always, all feedback is welcome, and I apologize in advance if these images show up as downloadable files rather than in the body of the post. I'll have to consult T if that ends up being the case.
Tim

Back 1.pdf

Front 1.pdf

ISO 1.pdf

ISO 2.pdf

Top 1.pdf

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One recommendation I will make already is to take some time and shape the lines where they're smoother and not so angular. Sharp edges are the one thing I see hurting the design and sales. Softening the edges, IMO, would help out a lot.

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One recommendation I will make already is to take some time and shape the lines where they're smoother and not so angular. Sharp edges are the one thing I see hurting the design and sales. Softening the edges, IMO, would help out a lot.

Thanks, dude.

We were at best trying to get the general shape of the design. The sharp edges will all fillet at .05 to .0625". We filleted around the face just to get an idea of what the radius would be, but decided to forgo the back side as we'll be working quickly to get the one-piece designed and milled.

Thanks for the input.

Tim

 

 

 

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