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Collapsible cardboard shelters for homeless persons, using radio devices.This is a work in progress that will provide of a house and an address to uns...
Grabb cardboard from the streets or what you have at home. Complete a plate of 7,4 x 5,5f. If you put different sizes boxes, be sure to put the stripe...
Mark where you will fold.Each fold has to be of 5,5 width. Mark lines of this lenght accross the plate, following the stripes of the cardboard.Try to ...
Divide the cardboard plate in 2 halfs, by making a line in the middle, opposite to the lines you marked. Then, from that line, mark 6" to each side. ...
Fold the lines you marked. As an accordion, one crease up, one crease down and so forth.
Open the cardboard plate: you have the accordion shape and a fold in the middle, now is time to make half cuts in the crosses accross the middle line...
Folding the crosses to make concavities or cups will be as follows: try to get someone to help you to keep one side tight keeping the shape of the a...
You can put weights on top to keep the accordion shape, while you cut stripes of 5,5f by 5,5". This stripes will help the structure to remain stand-up...
Please go http://www.shellhouse.org/radio.html to get the step by step of how to set up the radio module.Thanks!
You had built the shelter, the radio device is ready. You spent $35 in the whole experience, learned how to make something from used materials, got s...
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