Title:
Carboard shelter
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The Above items are made form heavy duty lightly waxed corrugated Cardboard. The cardboard is of the thickness approximately 10 millimeters thick. The cardboard is pressed in sectional pieces with perforations in the required areas to be of the spec's to meet the fitted finished product.

The products is the cardboard houses which is corrugated notched and sectioned to fit in the notched areas to interlock when put together creating a temporary shelter or play house

On the “A” Frame house, One is 3 pieces, which part letter A is 5′×7′ or can also be approx 6.5′. Then part letter B is the rest of the sectional of which measures 5′ at the base of door in 2 sections, the back is 5′ at base tapering up to a point attached to the roof section as the doors are.

On the house type version the floor section part “A” measures 4′ ft to 5 ft×6 ft to 7 ft. Section letter “B” measures at this when calculated for the smaller version. 12 ft×4 ft with sections perforated to create the door and 2 side windows and one rear window. This section is notched and clipped so to fit together forming he walls of the shelter/house. The other dimension is 4 ft×24 ft. The roof is section letter C and measures 6 ft to 6 ft t the squared roof part area, then the top ends measure 4 ft to 5 ft at the base cut to 45 degree to top creating the pitch then connecting to the other top of roof by means of male to female notches as well as the bottom of the ends to the front and rear of the top and then to the house side walls then completion is done creating a cardboard house/shelter

This idea has multible use, examples are as follows:

Could be kept in car or truck for emergency use of any kind

Could be used as a camping alternative or hiking emergency

Could be handed out at shelters for the homeless people

Could be used in disaster situations




Inventors:
Guy, Kenneth Wayne (Ukiah, CA, US)
Application Number:
10/409493
Publication Date:
10/14/2004
Filing Date:
04/09/2003
Assignee:
GUY KENNETH WAYNE
Primary Class:
International Classes:
E04H1/12; (IPC1-7): E04H15/48
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Primary Examiner:
YIP, WINNIE S
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Kenneth Guy (Ukiah, CA, US)
Claims:
1. I, claim that this Invention and Idea can also be made the following A Frame Style or House Style. I, claim that This Invention and Idea can do this function by the means of this, Repel H2O with wax coated carboard. I, claim that this Invention and Idea can also do the action of this, Be a shelter For Emergcy or Homeless Be a play use For Kids.

Description:
[0001] This idea has multible use, examples are as follows:

[0002] Could be kept in car or truck for emergency use of any kind

[0003] Could be used as a camping alternative or hiking emergency

[0004] Could be handed out at shelters for the homeless people

[0005] Could be used in disaster situations

[0006] Primary thought was for chrildren to play in either outside or inside

[0007] Material could be of recycled thick carboard with or without a wax coating

[0008] This product could sell from $4.99 to $7.99

[0009] The two items are carboard “A” frame and house model.