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Athoms: Definitely like the idea of it popping out of a box! Like the emergency slide on an airplane.
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Thx .)
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@MichaelKilbane Nice! Props on the paper model!
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yo wrote:@MichaelKilbane Nice! Props on the paper model!
Thanks Michael, it turned out better than expected. :wink:
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MichaelKilbane wrote: it turned out better than expected. :wink:
I love it when that happens!
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to MichaelKilbane: Definitely one of my favorites ;) Well done! Simple, feasible yet genius ;)
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Thanks Atohms for the positive feed back. :)
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"Not aesthetically beautiful, but this emergency relief shelter comes fully equipped to sustain life all in a nice compact box. Maximized living space at varying size, the shelter caters to any group size of people. A durable aluminum frame keeps its contents safe inside and easy assembly allows persons of any age to assemble."
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Note CNET.com just covered this... still time to enter people!

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-104 ... ncol;title
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yo wrote:Note CNET.com just covered this... still time to enter people!

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-104 ... ncol;title

Cool! Love seeing when the small core community gets press elsewhere. Great job by all!

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Why do I have to be the Belgian designer with the unusual ideas? :D
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I think they meant it as a compliment ... ;-)

@ jlgrobe and harper432, great boards.
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I see that someone else got inspired by the HESCO-system ;) Cool!

to Yo, I was referring to the fact that the article refers to all the other designers with their respective names, but I am the Belgian designer ;) And most of the time if Belgium is in the news it's not good ;) Kinda funny

Great entries ;) Impressive overall quality

Many grtz

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I know, I was just teasing... bummer, they must not have seen your full name...
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