1.) Size: The size will limit what facilities I can use to 3D print my project. If it is too large I will be unable to 3D print it in the ITLL and perhaps Protogenics as well
2.) Mass: Since this product is meant for the kitchen, it should be fairly light weight. I hope to keep it around 10lbs at max.
3.) Cost: 3D printing is not cheap and the larger and more mass I add to the project, the more it will cost. If I am trying to keep it under 100$, this will considerably alter my design.
4.) Time: Getting my CAD approved and have it ready for printing may take some time and redesign. I hope get approval as fast as possible. Printing the product itself should take a few days, so my main concern is the wait time before printing begins.
5.) Material: I will be limited in what material I can use. I would like a material that is dishwasher safe, but that may not be reasonable with the current budget.