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Create the world's most beautiful bag. Episode 2  Death fight 3D CAD drawing

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Last time I wrote about creating a briefcase with an aluminum frame. I shared about how I headed to two small factories introduced to me by the Ota Ward’s
Industrial Plaza (PIO).

I first visited ABC Metal and DEF Case, showing them the illustrations I drew.







Both are local factories with small offices next to their production plants.


      Me
 "(Without any greetings) Actually, I would like you to manufacture this…"

      Factory
"... is this a briefcase?"

      Me
"Yes, the frame is aluminum."


      Factory
 "Made with sheet metal?"

      Me
”Sheet metal? (I realized that I do not understand the manufacturing method well…)
• • • Although I have not confirmed yet, I am sorry if I can tell you because I am lacking in the study including those around. "


      Factory
"Anyway, it is impossible for us to manufacture that.
But, I figured out the image with the illustrations, but are there drawings? "

      Me
"In a drawing? In shor…

Creating world's most beautiful bag. Episode 1.  To small factory in Ota Ward

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I’m Soichiro Hashimoto, Creative Director of BLAU Design Complex, Inc. We design and market "products that have never been seen,""and functionally beautiful merchandise"Expressing who we are in words is very simple, but in reality being an product innovator is very challenging.Please let me explain.Before designing our products we ourselves haven't seen what we are creating…When we design our goods, we begin by challenging convention. What do we mean? We do what has never been done. If you look closely, "Isn't it cool?"Please see my first product - a high-end briefcase.    When walking in Tokyo's downtown business district, I (Soichiro Hashimoto) noticed the following:Many business people are bustling. Their hairstyles are attractive. Their suits are clean, slender, and stylish. Their shoes are shiny and their watches are Rolex. Surely they are good at what they do, and they are very fashionable. However… something was always off. Yes, it wa…