RU181442U1 - Commissible spatial toy - Google Patents

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RU181442U1
RU181442U1 RU2017145611U RU2017145611U RU181442U1 RU 181442 U1 RU181442 U1 RU 181442U1 RU 2017145611 U RU2017145611 U RU 2017145611U RU 2017145611 U RU2017145611 U RU 2017145611U RU 181442 U1 RU181442 U1 RU 181442U1
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Борис Маркович Кац
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63HTOYS, e.g. TOPS, DOLLS, HOOPS OR BUILDING BLOCKS
    • A63H33/00Other toys
    • A63H33/04Building blocks, strips, or similar building parts
    • A63H33/06Building blocks, strips, or similar building parts to be assembled without the use of additional elements
    • A63H33/08Building blocks, strips, or similar building parts to be assembled without the use of additional elements provided with complementary holes, grooves, or protuberances, e.g. dovetails

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The utility model relates to the field of light industry, namely to the field of manufacture of toys. A collapsible spatial toy includes wire-frame longitudinal elements made with contours of the torso and head of the toy and blind slots extending to their edges and interacting with mating blind slots formed on the transverse elements. Additionally contains longitudinal elements with blind slots extending to the edge, interacting with the slots of the transverse elements. In this case, the frame longitudinal elements, longitudinal and transverse elements form a spatial lattice. In addition, on the walls of some slots of the frame longitudinal, longitudinal and transverse elements protrusions of an arcuate shape are made. The technical result is to increase the resistance of the toy to mechanical stress. 9 s.p. f-ly, 1 ill.

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The utility model relates to the field of light industry, namely to the field of manufacturing toys and can be used as a means of developing motor skills of the fingers of a child.
From the "prior art" known collapsible spatial figure, in which at least one game element is framed and made with the contours of the torso and head of the specified figure and the slots facing the edge of the specified element, designed to interact with the response slots formed on game elements made in the form of a part of the indicated figure (RF patent No. 24946, class IPC A63H 33/08, publ. 09/10/2002).
The technical problem is the possibility of damage to the spatial figure from light mechanical stress. The objective of this utility model is to eliminate the above disadvantages.
The technical result is to increase the resistance of the toy to mechanical stress.
The technical result is ensured by the fact that a collapsible spatial toy includes wire-frame longitudinal elements made with the contours of the torso and head of the toy and blind slots extending to their edges and interacting with mating blind slots formed on the transverse elements. Additionally contains longitudinal elements with blind slots extending to the edge, interacting with the slots of the transverse elements. In this case, the frame longitudinal elements, longitudinal and transverse elements form a spatial lattice. In addition, on the walls of some slots of the frame longitudinal, longitudinal and transverse elements protrusions of an arcuate shape are made.
In accordance with particular cases of execution, the device has the following features.
The longitudinal and transverse elements form two spatial lattices, separated from each other by a transverse separator element, and the protrusions of an arcuate shape have a radius of 03-1 mm.
All elements are made in the form of plates.
Elements are made of cardboard.
Elements are made of plastic.
Elements are made of thick paper.
Elements are made of wood based material.
Elements are made of plywood.
Elements are made of metal alloy.
All elements are made with the possibility of coloring.
The essence of this utility model is illustrated by a photograph of the device.
A collapsible spatial toy includes from 3 to 5 wire-frame longitudinal elements made with the contours of the torso and head of the toy and blind slots extending to their edges and interacting with mating blind slots formed on the transverse elements. The toy additionally contains from 2 to 6 longitudinal elements with blind slots extending to the edge, interacting with the slots of the transverse elements. In this case, the frame longitudinal elements, longitudinal and transverse elements form a spatial lattice. In addition, on the walls of some slots of the frame longitudinal, longitudinal and transverse elements, protrusions of an arcuate shape with a radius radius of 03-1 mm are made.
The implementation of toys with a spatial lattice increases its rigidity in the volume of the entire structure. The longitudinal and transverse elements form two spatial lattices, separated from each other by a transverse separator element having blind slots interacting with mating blind slots of the longitudinal longitudinal elements, each lattice includes its own group of longitudinal and transverse elements and longitudinal longitudinal elements, which are common elements of two lattices . The transverse separator element is an emphasis for the longitudinal elements of one of the gratings. Moreover, part of the transverse elements and the separator element simultaneously have blind slots oriented vertically and horizontally. The presence on the walls of some slots of the frame longitudinal, longitudinal and transverse elements of the protrusions of an arcuate shape provides the creation of a locking element. Moreover, the small radius of the arc-shaped elements will not complicate the assembly and disassembly of the toy, but with small random mechanical influences it will prevent spontaneous separation of parts from each other. All elements are made in the form of plates. Elements can be made of cardboard. Elements can be made of plastic. Items can be made of thick paper.
Elements may be made of wood based material, in particular plywood.
Elements can be made of metal alloy.
All elements are made with the possibility of coloring.
The toy is made as follows.
When making toys made of paper or cardboard, the elements are applied to the base of the image and cut using any cutting tool.
When made from plastic, well-known methods of forming plate elements using high temperature and pressure are used.
When making toys from a metal alloy, sheet metal is used, from which individual plate elements are obtained (cutting).
When making toys from plywood sheets, laser cutting is performed to obtain all plate elements.
Next, the toys are assembled, I fix frame longitudinal elements, longitudinal, transverse elements and a separator element in the slots relative to each other.
Coloring the finished toy using oil paints or water-based paints. Also, the elements of the device provide for their coloring before assembling the toy.

Claims (10)

1. Collapsible spatial toy, including frame longitudinal elements made with the contours of the torso and head of the toy and blind slots extending to their edges and interacting with mating blind slots formed on the transverse elements, characterized in that it further comprises longitudinal elements with blind the slots facing the edge, interacting with the slots of the transverse elements, while the frame longitudinal elements, longitudinal and transverse elements form a spatial solution etc., in addition, on the walls of some slots of the frame longitudinal, longitudinal and transverse elements are made protrusions of an arcuate shape.
2. A collapsible spatial toy according to claim 1, characterized in that the longitudinal and transverse elements form two spatial lattices separated from each other by a transverse separator element, and the protrusions of an arched shape have a radius of 03-1 mm.
3. Collapsible spatial toy according to claim 2, characterized in that all the elements are made in the form of plates.
4. A collapsible spatial toy according to claim 3, characterized in that the elements are made of cardboard.
5. Collapsible spatial toy according to claim 3, characterized in that the elements are made of plastic.
6. Collapsible spatial toy according to claim 3, characterized in that the elements are made of thick paper.
7. A collapsible spatial toy according to claim 3, characterized in that the elements are made of wood-based material.
8. A collapsible spatial toy according to claim 7, characterized in that the elements are made of plywood.
9. A collapsible spatial toy according to claim 3, characterized in that the elements are made of a metal alloy.
10. Collapsible spatial toy according to any one of paragraphs. 1-9, characterized in that all the elements are made with the possibility of coloring.
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2338738A (en) * 1942-10-02 1944-01-11 James F Barnes Toy
RU24946U1 (en) * 2002-05-29 2002-09-10 Открытое акционерное общество "Московский комбинат игрушек" The game
RU124172U1 (en) * 2012-08-02 2013-01-20 Александр Геннадьевич Мулин Dismountable Model

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2338738A (en) * 1942-10-02 1944-01-11 James F Barnes Toy
RU24946U1 (en) * 2002-05-29 2002-09-10 Открытое акционерное общество "Московский комбинат игрушек" The game
RU124172U1 (en) * 2012-08-02 2013-01-20 Александр Геннадьевич Мулин Dismountable Model

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