I need help with a design of a BUSINESS CARD DISPENSER BOX that will sit on desks (so it needs a small footprint). The cards will be pushed forward with a pusher coil spring (think pill boxes in the pharmacy department at Walmart). There needs to be an 45 degree angled ledge right above the cards in which a normal 2.0 x 3.5 business card will rest. Also, on top there needs to be an indention for 3 x 3 Post-It-Notes to rest. Whatever the end design is, it has to be something that can be molded and \"functional\" (must have a way to load the business cards). I would like to see it \"cool and sexy\" (like a sports car) with curved lines, etc. The production of this box will be both in clear and painted acrylic and will have smooth streamlined lines (as opposed to the box like image in my attached \"napkin drawing\"). Your imagination is encouraged.\r\n\r\nThe finished product will need have 2D and 3D drawings including a rotational view as well as all the needed specs to move it to a manufacturer.\r\n\r\nThe \"Must Haves\" are:\r\n1) Room inside the box for 400 business cards (2.0\" tall x 3.5\" wide x about 4.25\" long + length for the pusher spring device)\r\n2) A track for the coil pusher spring to push the cards (look at a \"Walmart or grocery store product pusher\")\r\n3) Cards are dispensed from the front so there is a barrier holding the cards yet allowing to pull one card from the front (see picture).\r\n4) An indention on top (not pictured) that will hold 3\" x 3\" Post-It-Notes, The indention will be 3/8\" deep.\r\nPlease contact me with any questions.\r\nThank you.\r\nGreg Kelley\r\n\r\nP.S. Please don\'t let the first two attachments influence your outcome. They are just dimensional drawings I made and are not what I want in a finished design.