RU2287467C2 - Rigid container for tobacco articles with rounded off or beveled cross and longitudinal ribs - Google Patents

Rigid container for tobacco articles with rounded off or beveled cross and longitudinal ribs Download PDF

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RU2287467C2
RU2287467C2 RU2004111288/12A RU2004111288A RU2287467C2 RU 2287467 C2 RU2287467 C2 RU 2287467C2 RU 2004111288/12 A RU2004111288/12 A RU 2004111288/12A RU 2004111288 A RU2004111288 A RU 2004111288A RU 2287467 C2 RU2287467 C2 RU 2287467C2
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FIELD: tobacco industry; packs.
SUBSTANCE: proposed rigid container for tobacco articles made in form of parallelepiped has two end face walls, side surface limited by end face walls and formed by front and rear larger side walls and two smaller side walls, four longitudinal ribs, each being formed between larger side wall and smaller side wall, and eight cross ribs, each being formed between end face wall and side wall. At least one longitudinal rib and at least one cross rib are non-rectangular ribs while other longitudinal and cross ribs are sharp rectangular ribs.
EFFECT: provision of rigid pack for cigarettes convenient for keeping in pocket without causing damage to clothes.
43 cl, 13 dwg

Description

APPLICATION AREA

The present invention relates to a rigid container for tobacco products.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

In the following description, as an example, without imposing any restrictions, and for brevity, rigid containers formed by packs of cigarettes are considered.

Rigid packs of cigarettes with a hinged lid are usually made in the form of a parallelepiped with a rectangular cross section, while they contain two large side walls, which are formed by the front and back walls, and two smaller side walls, each of which is connected to both large side walls on the corresponding sharp rectangular longitudinal ribs.

Rigid packs of the aforementioned type, that is, made in the form of a parallelepiped with a rectangular cross section, have several disadvantages due to the fact that they are not given an anatomical shape and they cause rapid wear of the clothes that come into contact.

Rigid parallelepiped packs with a rectangular section also have the disadvantage that they are rather stiff at the smaller side walls and in the areas of rectangular ribs, but less rigid at the large side walls, which causes inward deformation when a transparent cellophane outer wrap is applied and seated (through the application of heat) around the pack.

The inwardly directed deformation of the large side walls, caused by the inwardly directed pressure exerted by the transparent outer wrap on the pack, leads to compression and to maintain the compressed configuration of the cigarettes inside the pack, so the first cigarette is especially difficult to remove. In addition, deformation of the large side walls, and especially the rear side wall, deforms the hinge connecting the cover to the lower case, so it is difficult to open the cover until all transparent outer wrappers are removed (usually torn off) from the pack.

The aforementioned disadvantages are eliminated, at least in part, by making bundles of the type described in European patents EP-B1-0204933 and EP-B1-0205766, according to which the bundles have four beveled or rounded longitudinal ribs and eight sharp, rectangular transverse ribs. However, packs with beveled or rounded ribs of the aforementioned type have an additional disadvantage in that the lid is unable to properly cover the cup-shaped container located below it, due to the difficulties in forming two matching rounded or beveled ribs, and since the bundles, in particular, are not attached anatomical form, they are relatively inconvenient to use.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

An object of the present invention is to provide hard packs of hinged lid cigarettes designed to eliminate the aforementioned disadvantages.

According to the present invention, a rigid, essentially parallelepiped-shaped container for tobacco products is provided, comprising two end walls, an upper and lower side surface, respectively, defined by the end walls and formed by two front and rear large side walls, respectively, and two smaller side walls, four longitudinal ribs, each of which is formed between the larger side wall and the smaller side wall, and eight transverse ribs, each of which is formed between the end wall and side wall, wherein the container is characterized in that at least one longitudinal rib and at least one transverse rib are non-rectangular ribs, while the other longitudinal and transverse ribs are sharp rectangular ribs.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

A number of non-limiting embodiments of the construction according to the present invention will be described by way of example with reference to the accompanying figures, in which:

figure 1 is a front view in perspective of a pack of cigarettes according to the present invention in a closed state;

figure 2 is a front view in perspective of the pack according to figure 1 in the open state;

figure 3 is a rear view in perspective of the pack according to figure 1 in the closed state;

figure 4 is a front view of the pack according to figure 1;

5 is a view from the right side of the pack according to figure 1;

FIG. 6 is a plan view from above of the packet of FIG. 1;

Fig.7 is a rear view of the pack according to Fig.1;

Fig.8 is a view from the left side of the pack according to Fig.1;

Fig.9 is a view in plan from below of the pack according to Fig.1;

figure 10 is a view in plan of the workpiece used to create the pack according to figure 1;

11 is a front view in perspective of another embodiment of a pack of cigarettes according to the present invention;

12 is a front perspective view of yet another embodiment of a pack of cigarettes according to the present invention;

13 is a rear perspective view of an alternative embodiment of a pack of cigarettes according to the present invention.

BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION

In Figure 1, reference numeral 1 generally denotes a tobacco container formed by a rigid pack of cigarettes, typically containing a parallelepiped-shaped group of cigarettes (not shown for simplicity of image), wrapped in a sheet of foil wrapping material.

The pack 1 contains a lower container 2 having an open upper end 3, and a cup-shaped top cover 4 attached to the container 2 along the hinge 5 to provide rotation relative to the container 2 between the open position (figure 2) and the closed position (figure 1 and 3), respectively, for opening and closing the end 3.

In the closed position, the lid 4 gives the bundle 1 a substantially rectangular parallelepiped shape formed by a side surface 6 and two upper and lower end walls 7 and 8, respectively, which are made flat, identical and parallel, and define the boundaries of the side surface 6.

The side surface 6 contains two parallel, facing each other flat, smaller side walls 9 and two flat, facing each other, large side walls 10 and 11 extending across the smaller side walls 9. More precisely, one large side wall 10 forms the front wall of the pack 1, and the other large side wall 11 forms the rear wall of the pack 1.

The pack 1 also contains a collar 12, which is bent into a U-shape and attached (glued) on the inside of the cup-shaped container 2, so that it partially protrudes outward from the end face 3 and interacts with the corresponding inner surface of the lid 4 when the lid 4 is closed (as shown in FIG. 1).

Four longitudinal ribs 13 are formed between the smaller side walls 9 and the large side walls 10, 11, and eight transverse ribs 14 are formed between the end walls 7, 8 and the side walls 9, 10, 11 and are divided into large transverse ribs 14a and smaller transverse ribs 14b and they extend transversely to the longitudinal ribs 13. Two large transverse ribs 14a of the front wall 10 and two longitudinal ribs 13 of the rear wall 11 are rounded ribs, that is, each of them is formed by the fourth part of the cylindrical surface for connection Nia respective walls 7-11 with a constant radius of curvature of the software, while the other edges 13 and 14 are sharp square edges.

In yet another embodiment of the structure, which is not shown, unlike roundings, the large transverse ribs 14a of the front wall 10 and the longitudinal ribs 13 of the rear wall 11 are beveled ribs, that is, formed by corresponding flat surfaces forming the corresponding angles of 45 ° with the corresponding walls 7 -11 and connecting them.

As shown in FIG. 10, member 1 of FIGS. 1 and 2 is formed from a corresponding flat, substantially elongated rectangular blank 15, parts of which, where possible, are indicated by the same reference numbers as the corresponding parts of member 1, but with apostrophes.

The blank 15 (which has a central longitudinal axis 16) contains two longitudinal fold lines 17, and a certain number of transverse fold lines 18 defines between the two longitudinal fold lines 17 a panel 10 'forming the upper part of the front wall 10 (and, in particular, that part which forms part of the lid 4), a panel 7 'defining an upper end wall 7, a panel 11' defining a rear wall 11, a panel 8 'defining a lower end wall 8, and a panel 10' 'defining a lower part of the front wall 10 (and in particular, the part that forms part of tainer 2).

Each panel 10 ', 10' ', 11' has two side wings 9 'and 9' 'located on opposite sides of the corresponding panel 10', 10 '', 11 'and separated from the corresponding panel 10', 10 '', 11 'longitudinal fold lines 17. The panel 10' has a reinforcing valve 19, and each wing 9 ', 9' 'of the panel 11' has rectangular longitudinal additional parts 20 located at opposite ends of the wings 9 ', 9' 'and aligned with each other friend in the longitudinal direction.

A certain number of transverse fold lines 18 are formed between the panels 10 'and 7' and between the panels 8 'and 10' 'to round two corresponding large transverse ribs 14a of the front wall 10, and between the panel 11' and the corresponding wings 9 'and 9' ' a certain number of longitudinal lines of the fold 17 for rounding two corresponding longitudinal ribs 13 of the rear wall 11.

During the formation of each pack 1, the side wings 9 'and the side wings 9' 'are superimposed and glued to each other to form smaller side walls 9 of the pack 1, and each additional part 20 is bent at right angles to the corresponding side wing 9 'or 9' ', laying it on the inner surface of the corresponding panel 7' or 8 'and gluing it to it to form the inner part of the associated end wall, respectively 7 or 8 of the pack 1.

Various tests show that pack 1 of cigarettes, as described above, results in relatively little wear on clothing fabrics that come in contact with pack 1, and at the same time are given an anatomical shape for easy handling.

In addition, the pack 1 has a relatively lower stiffness of the smaller side walls 9 and the rounded or tapered longitudinal ribs 13, which avoids excessive compression of the cigarettes in the pack 1, so that the first cigarette is easily removed from the pack 1 and the lid 4 is easily opened.

Finally, the longitudinal ribs 13 of the front wall 10 are rectangular sharp ribs, and since it is relatively easy to form two coincident rectangular ribs, the lid 4 ensures accurate closure of the cup-shaped lower container 2.

In another embodiment, the design shown in Fig. 11, in which there is no mutual contact when the lid 4 is closed, the lower edge 21 of the lid 4 and the upper edge 22 of the container 2 are dimensioned to maintain a predetermined distance between them and expose the strip 23 the collar 12 located below them. More precisely, the exposed strip 23 of the collar 12 can extend only along the front wall 10, as well as along part of the smaller side walls 9.

In yet another embodiment of the structure shown in FIG. 12, which differs from the embodiment of rectilinear and parallel transverse ribs 14, the lower edge 21 of the lid 4 and the upper edge 22 of the container 2, in particular at the front wall 10, are more or less curved.

In the bundle 1 shown in the accompanying drawings, two large transverse ribs 14a of the front wall 10 and two longitudinal ribs 13 of the rear wall 11 are rounded or chamfered. However, as an option, two large transverse ribs 14a of the rear wall 11 and two longitudinal ribs 13 of the front wall 10 of the stack 1 can be rounded or chamfered, or two large transverse ribs 14a of the rear wall 11 and two longitudinal ribs 13 of the rear wall can be rounded or chamfered 11 of packet 1, or two large transverse ribs 14a of front wall 10 and two longitudinal ribs 13 of front wall 10 of packet 1 can be rounded or chamfered. In more general terms, packet 1 can contain one or more chamfered or rounded longitudinal e rib 13 and one or more beveled or rounded transverse edge 14.

In an alternative embodiment of the construction of the pack 1, which is not shown, all the longitudinal ribs 13 are sharp ribs, while the two large transverse ribs 14a of the front wall 10 are rounded (or beveled).

As shown in FIG. 13, the front wall 10, the smaller side walls 9 and the end walls 7 and 8 are flat walls, while the rear wall 11 is convex in the outer direction, connected to two smaller side walls 9 along the corresponding sharp longitudinal ribs 13 and forms, together with two smaller side walls 9, corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angles.

The rear wall 11 comprises a flat, substantially rectangular central part 24 and two side strips 25 located on opposite sides of the central part 24 and between the part 24 and the corresponding longitudinal ribs 13. Each side strip 25 is preliminarily bent inward by longitudinal fold lines 26 so that when bent, its concavity was turned inward to connect the central part 24 with the corresponding smaller side wall 9, and to form the corresponding sharp longitudinal rib 13 and the corresponding blunt about a dihedral angle with a smaller side wall 9.

Alternatively, the rear wall 11 may be flat, and the front wall 10 may be convex in the outward direction, may be connected to two smaller side walls 9 along respective sharp longitudinal ribs 13, and may form corresponding substantially obtuse dihedral angles with two smaller side the walls 9.

In yet another embodiment of the structure, which is not shown, the front wall 10, the rear wall 11 and the end walls 7 and 8 are made flat, while at least one smaller side wall 9 is partially convex in the outer direction, forms essentially dull dihedral angle with the rear wall 11 and forms a right angle with the front wall 10.

In a preferred embodiment, the longitudinal bend lines 17 (also called main longitudinal bend lines) are made weakened compared with the longitudinal bend lines 26 (also called auxiliary longitudinal bend lines), since the longitudinal bend lines 17 form sharp longitudinal ribs 13, while the longitudinal fold lines 26 serve to slightly bend the side strips 25 without creating sharp ribs. In order to achieve a different degree of attenuation, the longitudinal fold lines 17 and 26 are formed by means of corresponding notches having different shapes and / or sizes.

Therefore, in packet 1, at least one longitudinal rib 13 and at least one transverse rib 14 are non-rectangular ribs, while the other longitudinal and transverse ribs 13, 14 are sharp rectangular ribs. Preferably, the two longitudinal ribs 13 of the rear wall 11 and the two large transverse ribs 14a of the front wall 10 are non-rectangular ribs, while the other transverse and longitudinal ribs 14, 13 are sharp rectangular ribs.

A non-rectangular longitudinal rib 13 can be formed in three ways: a rounded longitudinal rib 13 can be formed, a beveled longitudinal rib 13 can be formed, or a corresponding side wall 9, 10 or 11 bounded by a longitudinal rib 13, contains at least one convex outward the half-profile is connected to another adjacent side wall 9, 10 or 11 bounded by a longitudinal edge 13, and together with the adjacent side wall 9, 10 or 11 forms a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle (in this case, a longitudinal edge 13 is a sharp rib).

The non-rectangular transverse rib 14 can be formed in four ways: a rounded transverse rib 14 can be formed, a beveled transverse rib 14 can be formed, the corresponding side wall 9, 10 or 11 bounded by the transverse rib 14, contains at least one half-profile convex outward connected to the adjacent end wall 7 or 8 bounded by the transverse rib 14, and forms, together with the adjacent end wall 7 or 8, a corresponding substantially obtuse dihedral angle (in this case, the transverse rib 14 represents is a sharp rib), or the corresponding end wall 7 or 8 bounded by the transverse rib 14, contains at least one half-profile convex outward, connected to an adjacent side wall 9, 10 or 11, bounded by the transverse rib 14, and forms together with adjacent side wall 9, 10 or 11 corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle (in this case, the transverse rib 14 is a sharp rib).

In the case of the aforementioned series of advantages of the cigarette pack 1 described above, the shape of the pack 1 can be entirely applied to the manufacture of a cardboard cigarette box, which is essentially identical to the pack 1 described above, except that it contains a group of packs of cigarettes in contrast to a group of cigarettes (not shown).

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1. A rigid, essentially parallelepiped-shaped container for tobacco products, comprising two upper and lower end walls (7, 8), respectively, a side surface (6) defined by end walls (7, 8) and formed by two front and rear walls, respectively large side walls (10, 11) and two smaller side walls (9), four longitudinal ribs (13), each of which is formed between the larger side wall (10, 11) and the smaller side wall (9), and eight transverse ribs ( 14), each of which is formed between the end wall (7, 8) and a side wall (9, 10, 11), characterized in that at least one longitudinal rib (13) and at least one transverse rib (14) are non-rectangular ribs, while other longitudinal ribs and transverse ribs (13, 14) are sharp rectangular ribs.
2. The container according to claim 1, characterized in that two longitudinal ribs (13) of the same larger side wall (10, 11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the same larger side wall (10, 11) are non-rectangular ribs, while other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
3. The container according to claim 1, characterized in that the two longitudinal ribs (13) of the same larger side wall (10, 11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the other larger side wall (11, 10) are non-rectangular ribs, while the other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
4. The container according to claim 1, characterized in that the two longitudinal ribs (13) of the rear, larger side wall (11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the front larger side wall (10) are non-rectangular ribs, while the other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
5. A container according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that at least one non-rectangular longitudinal or transverse rib (13, 14) is a rounded rib.
6. A container according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that at least one non-rectangular longitudinal or transverse rib (13, 14) is a beveled rib.
7. A container according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has at least one half-profile convex outwardly connected to at least one adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11) along the corresponding sharp longitudinal edge (13) and together with the adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11) forms a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle, so that the corresponding longitudinal edge (13) is non-rectangular.
8. The container according to claim 7, characterized in that the side wall (9, 10, 11), having at least one half-profile convex outward, contains a corresponding flat central part (24) and at least one side strip (25), previously bent by means of longitudinal fold lines (26), while the side strip (25) is bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part (24) with the corresponding side wall (9, 10, 11) and to form together with the side wall (9, 10, 11) of the corresponding virtually obtuse angle.
9. A container according to claim 8, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has a convex outward profile and contains a corresponding flat central part (24) and two side strips (25), previously bent by means of longitudinal bending lines (26), each side strip (25) being bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part (24) with the corresponding side wall (9, 10, 11) and to form together with the side wall ( 9, 10, 11) of the corresponding obtuse dihedral angle.
10. A container according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has at least one half-profile convex outwardly connected to at least one adjacent end wall (7, 8) along the corresponding sharp transverse rib (14) and forms, together with the adjacent end wall (7, 8), a corresponding essentially obtuse dihedral angle, so that the corresponding transverse rib (14) is not rectangular.
11. The container according to claim 10, characterized in that the side wall (9, 10, 11), having at least one half-profile convex outward, comprises a corresponding flat central part and at least one side strip pre-bent by means of transverse bending lines, the side strip being bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part to the corresponding end wall (7, 8) and to form, together with the end wall (7, 8), a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle .
12. The container according to claim 11, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has a convex outward profile and contains a corresponding flat central part and two side strips pre-bent by transverse fold lines, each side strip is bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part to the corresponding end wall (7, 8) and to form, together with the end wall (7, 8), a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle.
13. A container according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that at least one end wall (7, 8) has at least one half-profile convex outwardly connected to at least one adjacent the side wall (9, 10, 11) along the corresponding sharp transverse edge (14) and forms, together with the adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11), a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle, so that the corresponding transverse edge (14) is not rectangular .
14. A container according to claim 13, characterized in that the end wall (7, 8) having at least one half-profile convex outwardly comprises a corresponding flat central part and at least one side strip previously bent by means of transverse fold lines, while the side strip is bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part to the corresponding side wall (9, 10, 11) and to form, together with the side wall (9, 10, 11) a corresponding, essentially dull dihedral angle.
15. A container according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that it has a cup-shaped lower container (2) having an open end (3) and a cup-shaped upper cover (4) pivotally connected to the lower container (2) along the hinge (5) for the possibility of rotation in relation to the lower container (2) between the open position and the closed position, respectively, providing the opening and closing of the open upper end (3).
16. A container according to claim 15, wherein said eight transverse ribs (14) are divided into four large transverse ribs (14a) and four smaller transverse ribs (14b), wherein the hinge (5) is located along the rear larger side wall ( 11) and parallel to the large transverse ribs (14a).
17. A container according to claim 15, wherein said eight transverse ribs (14) are divided into four large transverse ribs (14a) and four smaller transverse ribs (14b), wherein the hinge (5) is located along the smaller side wall (9 ) and parallel to the smaller transverse ribs (14b).
18. A container according to claim 15, wherein said eight transverse ribs (14) are divided into four large transverse ribs (14a) and four smaller transverse ribs (14b), wherein the hinge (5) is located along the upper end wall (7 ) and parallel to the smaller transverse ribs (14b).
19. The container according to item 15, wherein the lower container (2) and the lid (4) have corresponding edges (22, 21) facing each other, which are separated from each other when the lid (4) is closed position.
20. The container according to item 15, wherein the lower container (2) and the lid (4) have corresponding edges (22, 21) facing each other, which are curved.
21. A rigid, essentially parallelepiped-shaped container for tobacco products, comprising two upper and lower end walls (7, 8), respectively, a side surface (6) defined by the end walls (7, 8) and formed by two front and rear, respectively large side walls (10, 11) and two smaller side walls (9), four longitudinal ribs (13), each of which is formed between the larger side wall (10, 11) and the smaller side wall (9), and eight transverse ribs ( 14), each of which is formed between the end wall (7, 8) and a side wall (9, 10, 11), characterized in that at least one transverse rib (14) and at least one longitudinal rib (13) are rounded or beveled ribs, while other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
22. A rigid, essentially parallelepiped-shaped container for tobacco products, containing two upper and lower end walls (7, 8), respectively, a side surface (6) defined by end walls (7, 8) and formed by two front and rear, respectively large side walls (10, 11) and two smaller side walls (9), four longitudinal ribs (13), each of which is formed between the larger side wall (10, 11) and the smaller side wall (9), and eight transverse ribs ( 14), each of which is formed between the end wall (7, 8) and a side wall (9, 10, 11), characterized in that two longitudinal ribs (13) of the rear larger side wall (11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the front larger side wall (10) are rounded or beveled ribs, while the other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
23. A rigid, essentially parallelepiped-shaped container for tobacco products, comprising two upper and lower end walls (7, 8), respectively, a side surface (6) defined by end walls (7, 8) and formed by two front and the back with large side walls (10, 11) and two smaller side walls (9), four longitudinal ribs (13), each of which is formed between the larger side wall (10, 11) and the smaller side wall (9), and eight transverse ribs (14), each of which is formed between the end wall (7, 8) and a side wall (9, 10, 11) of at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) having an outwardly convex profile connected to each of two adjacent side walls (9, 10, 11 ) along the corresponding sharp longitudinal rib (13), and forming, together with two adjacent side walls (9, 10, 11) the corresponding essentially obtuse dihedral angles, characterized in that at least one transverse rib (14) is a rounded rib, while the other transverse ribs (14) are rectangular ribs.
24. A rigid, essentially parallelepiped-shaped cardboard box for packs of cigarettes, containing two upper and lower end walls (7, 8), respectively, a side surface (6) defined by end walls (7, 8) and formed by two front and the back with large side walls (10, 11) and two smaller side walls (9), four longitudinal ribs (13), each of which is formed between the larger side wall (10, 11) and the smaller side wall (9), and eight transverse ribs (14), each of which is formed between the end tenka (7, 8) and side wall (9, 10, 11), characterized in that at least one longitudinal rib (13) and at least one transverse rib (14) are non-rectangular ribs, while while other longitudinal and transverse ribs (13, 14) are sharp rectangular ribs.
25. Cardboard box according to claim 24, characterized in that two longitudinal ribs (13) of the same larger side wall (10, 11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the same larger side wall (10, 11) are non-rectangular ribs, while other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
26. Cardboard box according to paragraph 24, wherein the two longitudinal ribs (13) of the same larger side wall (10, 11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the other larger side wall (11, 10) are non-rectangular ribs , while other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
27. Cardboard box according to paragraph 24, wherein the two longitudinal ribs (13) of the rear larger side wall (11) and two transverse ribs (14) of the front larger side wall (10) are non-rectangular ribs, while the other transverse and longitudinal ribs (14, 13) are sharp rectangular ribs.
28. Cardboard box according to one of paragraphs.24-27, characterized in that at least one non-rectangular longitudinal or transverse rib (13, 14) is a rounded rib.
29. Cardboard box according to one of paragraphs.24-27, characterized in that at least one non-rectangular longitudinal or transverse rib (13, 14) is a beveled rib.
30. Cardboard box according to one of paragraphs.24-27, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has at least one half-profile convex outwardly connected to at least one adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11) along the corresponding sharp longitudinal edge (13) and forms, together with the adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11), a corresponding essentially obtuse dihedral angle, so that the corresponding longitudinal edge (13) is non-rectangular.
31. Cardboard box according to claim 30, characterized in that the side wall (9, 10, 11) having at least one half-profile convex outward comprises a corresponding flat central part (24) and at least one side a strip (25) previously bent by means of longitudinal fold lines (26), while the side strip (25) is bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part (24) with the corresponding side wall (9, 10, 11) and for the formation together with the side wall (9, 10, 11) of the corresponding essentially blunt dihedral th angle.
32. Cardboard box according to p. 31, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has a convex outward profile and contains a corresponding flat central part (24) and two side strips (25), previously bent by means of longitudinal fold lines (26), each side strip (25) being bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part (24) with the corresponding side wall (9, 10, 11) and to form together with the side wall (9, 10, 11) of the corresponding essentially obtuse dihedral angle.
33. Cardboard box according to any one of paragraphs.24-27, characterized in that at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has at least one half-profile convex outward, connected, at least with one adjacent end wall (7, 8) along the corresponding sharp transverse edge (14) and forms, together with the adjacent end wall (7, 8), a corresponding essentially obtuse dihedral angle, so that the corresponding transverse edge (14) is not rectangular.
34. Cardboard box according to claim 33, characterized in that the side wall (9, 10, 11) having at least one half-profile convex outward comprises a corresponding central part and at least one side strip pre-bent by means of transverse fold lines, the side strip being bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part to the corresponding end wall (7, 8) and to form, together with the end wall (7, 8), a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle .
35. Cardboard box according to clause 34, wherein the at least one side wall (9, 10, 11) has a convex outward profile and comprises a corresponding flat central part and two side strips pre-bent by transverse fold lines, each side strip is bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part to the corresponding end wall (7, 8) and to form, together with the end wall (7, 8), a corresponding, essentially obtuse dihedral angle.
36. Cardboard box according to any one of paragraphs.24-27, characterized in that at least one end wall (7, 8) has at least one half-profile convex outwardly connected to at least one adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11) along the corresponding sharp transverse rib (14) and forms, together with the adjacent side wall (9, 10, 11), a corresponding substantially obtuse dihedral angle, so that the corresponding transverse edge (14) is non-rectangular.
37. Cardboard box according to claim 36, characterized in that the end wall (7, 8) having at least one half-profile convex outwardly contains a corresponding flat central part and at least one side strip previously bent by transverse bending lines, the side strip being bent so that its concavity is turned inward to connect the central part to the corresponding side wall (9, 10, 11) and to form, together with the side wall (9, 10, 11), essentially blunt dihedral angle.
38. Cardboard box according to one of paragraphs.24-27, characterized by the content of the cup-shaped lower container (2) having an open upper end (3), and the cup-shaped upper cover (4), pivotally connected to the lower container (2) along the hinge (5 ) for rotation in relation to the lower container (2) between the open position and the closed position, respectively, providing opening and closing of the open upper end (3).
39. A cardboard box according to claim 38, characterized in that the eight transverse ribs (14) are divided into four large transverse ribs (14a) and four smaller transverse ribs (14b), with the hinge (5) located on the rear larger side wall ( 11) and parallel to the large transverse ribs (14a).
40. A cardboard box according to claim 38, wherein the eight transverse ribs (14) are divided into four large transverse ribs (14a) and four smaller transverse ribs (14b), with the hinge (5) along the smaller side wall (9 ) and parallel to the smaller transverse ribs (14b).
41. A cardboard box according to claim 38, wherein the eight transverse ribs (14) are divided into four large transverse ribs (14a) and four smaller transverse ribs (14b), with the hinge (5) along the upper end wall (7 ) and parallel to the smaller transverse ribs (14b).
42. Cardboard box according to claim 38, characterized in that the lower container (2) and the lid (4) have corresponding edges (22, 21) facing each other, which are spaced apart when the lid (4) is in closed position.
43. Cardboard box according to claim 38, characterized in that the lower container (2) and the lid (4) have corresponding edges (22, 21) facing each other, which are curved.
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