Presentation on theme: "Mild steel bar welded and chrome plated Tubular steel frame chrome plated or aluminium tubing. How do wheels work? Traditional shopping trolley. Modern."— Presentation transcript:
Mild steel bar welded and chrome plated Tubular steel frame chrome plated or aluminium tubing. How do wheels work? Traditional shopping trolley. Modern designs to appeal to younger market Canvas waterproof Shopping bag. Folding design. How does this work? They need to be at the correct high to push. Ergonomics/Anthropometric data.
Modern design found in supermarkets. Shopping basket has a pull out handle and wheels so it can be pulled if it gets too heavy. Steel tubular frame. Telescopic (top part fits inside bottom part. powder coated finish. Injection moulded basket Shopping trolley redesigned as a rucksack for hiking. What other uses could it have? Trolley connects to a wheelchair for disabled use. How does it join?
Childrens Suitcases. Ride on and novelty Why are these successful? Injection moulded usinh HDPE probably. How do they fasten? How are the wheels attached?
Trolley with lift off back Small adjustable carrier Garden waste removal
Simple designs with one wheel and a canvas bag. Folds away easily Traditional wheelbarrow Tubular steel frame. Steel or aluminium top. Welded –steel Or riveted-aluminium. Wooden design. Must be treated for outside use. Class 3 lever.
Trolley used to carry heavy items Small office trolleys Medical trolley Canteen trolley Welding/brazing
Traditional serving trolley Mortice and tenon joints Turned on the lathe Mahogany to look expensive On wheels so the food can be put on in the kitchen and taken through to the dining room 2.htm
Picnic boxes. Spaces for cutlery or food etc. To go in car. Need to keep items separate Childrens lunch boxes Cooler bags/boxes. Keep food at a SAFE temperature
Injection moulded trays with separate compartments. Easy to clean. Mahogany or oak tray. Varnished to protect wood Corner lap joint Handles so easy to carry Made from thermosetting plastic so it doesnt melt when it gets hot
Soft foam buckets Steel or Stainless steel bucket Injection moulded buckets. Self finished- colour added to plastic before moulding Sand buckets also waterproof to carry a range of things.
HDPE is endlessly recyclable Injection Moulding
Traditional cane woven baskets. How are they transported? Modern themed box Adaptable bag. Carries a ranger of equipment and extras. Sometimes they need to be strong enough to sit on!
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