We're excited to finally have some of the plastic parts to hold in our hands! These are the very first samples to come out of our molds—what are known as T0 samples—and you'll notice that they have imperfections. This is normal, and it's the first step in making sure the steel molds were cut correctly and that the parts are coming out true to the specified size and shape. The next steps are to work with the tool makers to refine these where necessary for a second round of testing, and then to add the final surface textures that you'll see in your finished Be. brush. 

The travel cover fresh from the mold, the handle being inspected, and the end caps being checked for fit inside the end of the handle.

We'll see more T0 samples in the coming weeks, and we'll keep you all updated on progress of the other steel tools currently being made in the weeks to come.

 Below is an updated overview of where things are at in the production cycle of Be. Brush. To reiterate, the idea behind showing progression in a GANTT chart is to give you transparency into what we're working on, broken down to the component level, so you know on a bi-weekly basis what has been done, and what is left to do. Check out the full size up-to-date chart HERE.

Thanks for hanging in there with us, we will be updating you again in 2 weeks! As always, thank you so much for your support. We truly appreciate you and your contribution to making this project happen.


Respectfully,

Team Be.

 

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