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Step 1: Get Design
Step 2: Get Materials
- Polypropeen (400x1000) (mm)
- 2x nut M4
- 2x bolt M4 10mm
- 2x Beads Diameter 20mm
- 2x Suction cup
- Anti-slip fabric
Step 3: Get Tools
- Glue (plastic & metal)
- Drill machine
- Drill 4 mmm
Step 4: Go Lasercut,...
If you don't have access to a laser cutter, you can always cut out the shape with a hobby knife.
Step 5: Drill and Glue Bolt to Suction Cup
After making sure the drill is ready, use it to drill a hole through the suction cup.
When this is done, use the drill or a pair of pliers to push the bolt through the hole you made. Now make the connection nice and strong by titening it with a nut.
Step 6: Drill and Glue Nut to Bead Grip
Change to size of the drill. Make to hole in the bead a bit wider. Once this is done ad a bit of glue in the hole, place the nut on top and use a hammer to fixate the nut nice and strong in the bead. Now you can screw the bead on too the suction cup.
Step 7: Glue the Anti-slip Fabric
Cut the anti-slip fabric in the correct size. Next palce it on your product to mark with pencil where exactly u need to apply the glue. Once the glue is applied you can place the fabric on top.
Step 8: Attach Ball Grip With Suction Cup to Bath
Step 9: Attach Towel to Bath Cushion Aid
Follow the pictures:
- Roll up the towel along it's widest edge
- Fold up in two.
- Place the two ends through the gap.
- Fold the towel again in two
- Now you should end up with a pretzel shaped towel