The Ultimate Survival Utility!

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Autodesk 123D Design Challenge

Runner Up in the
Autodesk 123D Design Challenge

This great little tool is one you would want to carry everywhere with you. It really is a innovative game changer.


If you're new to 3D modeling do the following before starting.
1. Download 123D from here http://www.123dapp.com
2. While that downloads watch these tutorials http://www.123dapp.com/howto/design
3. Open 123D Design, play my video and have a blast!

Feel free to add changes at the end if you'd like, as you can tell I added a bottle opener/belt cutter to mine. The possibilities are endless thats what's great about 123D Design!

If you have any questions just ask! (:

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    Really great proof of concept. You can design it with any tool and see how it could fit together. Great job and good luck in the contest!

    Thanks! If I get a 3D printer I'll start creating it on that, then I'll move on to getting a real functional product created!

    It's been a fun ride, winning would be a dream come true. Thanks to everyone that viewed my project. I hope it helped or inspired you. Thank you Very much.

    Need to know more about that
    How does the blade fit into the handle? or is it fixed?
    what is the purpouse of the blade? I mean: that sharp point doesn't seem to be designed to carry out heavy duty work, looks it's most an Assassins Creed prop.
    Torch and blinking led can be the same thing: it's all in tre led's driver circuit.
    What's the purpouse of the laser pointer? I'd need one to survive meeting's slides :-)
    How does the belt cutter fit in the bottle opener?

    I think it's more of a proof of concept, since there is no hollow area to put any circuits in. But it's an awesome concept:)