I have already had some drawings and approximate measurements of this new bottle shape (Parrot bottle please see attachment). I want this parrot bottle to hold approximately 120 to 125 grams of sand (no more than 130 grams).
Based on previous bottles we have had made (Crocodile and Dog attached) and the amount of sand they hold i want you to check that my current drawings of the Parrot bottle are correct or incorrect - if correct fine then you confirm this, if incorrect then to suggest what amendments i need to make so that the Parrot bottle will hold 120 to 125 grams of sand.
These amendments could be - advising the bottle needs to increased or decrease by a certain percentage, or you could give advice on specific dimensions.
- Dog Bottle holds 125 grams of sand (or 75ml of water)
- Crocodile holds 130 grams of sand
If you want to quote me a fixed price for the job that's fine and i look forward to receiving your proposal.
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Hi Mark, What is the material of your bottle (or if you know the density then great) and how much does it weigh without sand? If you happen to know these two of all of your bottles then It will be easier to check!Mark L.02 Oct 2018
Just to make it clear the Parrot bottle has not been made yet (only drawing at present). As regards the Dog bottle i just weighed this bottle and it was 27 grams. Material is PVC and density i don't know, i will ask the manufacturer and see if i get back an answer
MarkChris B.02 Oct 2018
Hi Mark, Sorry to bother you, but can you please fill the dog bottle with water and tell me how much water you used (in ml) to completely fill it? Thanks. I'm figuring out something and need this!