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This is very simple. I made this model in thick paper in 5 minutes.
Draw two squares of equal sizes one below the other.
the three places where I marked are pivoted
Cut along the red line, take care not to cut the pivoted joint. The vertical line on the left to be cut all way down
Fold along the diagonals lightly (It may not be required)
Now with your hands holding the pivoted joint on the left, turn the cut portion slowly
The two vertical portion joins together at middle and both middle portion become the right out
reverse the order and it closes the opening
Try it, it is very easy
In the video, they might have used ball joints, which rotates on all direction on those three pivoted places
That is insane!
Maybe not the most usefull type of door but definately good looking.
Qustion is how well it would be if you have the windows open and it is windy.
I just bought a house and there is not enough space between the basement doorway and the kitchen counter for a door to open properly. A Bi-fold door might work but I hate those things. So, I am working on figuring this door out, if/when I do I'll put it on here.
Seems like a good idea. Indeed could it be a good instructable.
Posted:Feb 12, 2014
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