Introduction: Wall Bag Brackett (portabolsa De Pared)

En mi ciudad no se hace separación hogareña de residuos domésticos, van todos en la misma bolsa. Pero yo desde hace tiempo vengo separando todo lo que sea combustible (papeles, cartones, botellas plásticas, etc), para disminuir el gasto de bolsas de polietileno. Cada tanto encendía una hoguera en la parrilla, y quemaba todo.

Pero desde que me decidí a hacer la salamandra dejé de hacer eso, y acumulo esos residuos en bolsas grandes para usarlos para calefacción.

Entonces decidí que sería una buena idea habilitar al efecto un nuevo tacho de basura en la cocina. Se presentó el pequeño inconveniente de que el lugar asignado al tacho actual es reducido, y no sería posible poner otro. Así que decidí construir un soporte de pared para la bolsa.

Siguiendo con mi inveterada costumbre recicladora, utilicé algunos elementos que recogí de la basura, lo cual me hace sentir ecologista. A continuación van algunas fotos del aparato terminado, incluida una mejora al final porque el diseño original no preveía mal uso, lo cual suele ser un grueso error.

Las fotos contienen notas adicionales.


In my town there is not household waste separation, are all in the same bag. But from a while I am aparting all that is combustible (paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, etc.) to reduce the use of polyethylene bags. Every now and then I lit a fire in the grate and burned everything.

But since I decided to do the salamander stove stopped doing that, and accumulate the waste in bags to use for heating.

Then I decided it would be a good idea to enable for that a new garbage can in the kitchen. It presented the minor inconvenience of the place assigned to the current bin is small, and would not be possible to add another. So I decided to build a wall bracket to the bag.

Following my usual inveterate recycler habit, used some elements of the trash picked up, which makes me feel green. Here are some photos of the finished device, including an improvement in the end because the original design provided no misuse, which is usually a gross error.

The photos have some additional clarifying notes.

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foobear (author)2013-07-12

How did you make it? Is it 3d printed?

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rimar2000 (author)foobear2013-07-12

No, it is all done in construction iron/steel (8 and 6 mm), plus 2 washers, plus 2 screws, plus 2 fischer plugs.

I live in Argentina, a 3D printer is too much luxury for me.

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Quick-tune (author)2012-04-11

Buen trabajo de Osvaldo! ... Siempre me ha gustado sus ideas

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rimar2000 (author)Quick-tune2012-04-12

Gracias, y me alegro de que así sea. Un abrazo.

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Phil B (author)2012-04-09

Good job, nice bends in the steel, nice welding, nice finish for a neat looking project.

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rimar2000 (author)Phil B2012-04-09

Thanks Phil, you are always so kind.

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