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    Design student here. Finding a solution to the user's experience.

    Hi everyone.
    I am doing a thesis research addressing issues in underwater welding. I want to propose a solution that benefits wet welders experience.

    I am aware of the knowledge provided from the internet however I would love to get involve within the community.

    I hope to optimize a safety experience on divers.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Design student here. Finding a solution to the user's experience.

    You do industrial design walking around in your underwear?

    What problem with under water welding are you going to propose a solution to? You got to know what the problems are before you can try to come up with a solution. Or do you plan on coming up with a solution, hoping there is a problem it will address?

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    Re: Design student here. Finding a solution to the user's experience.

    Welcome Aboard, I am sure there are solutions to underwater welding problems, but having never welded underwater I have no ideas.
    I offer three choices: Good, Fast, & Cheap. You may pick two.

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