Description:An alternative to picking up dog dropping with plastic bags.
A cheap, easy to build, bio-degradeable design.
It should, with a minimum of moving parts, (ideally 1-2 piece cardboard structure), pick up and enclose droppings. Should also include built in handle (reasonably distanced from holding section)
Simplicity is key. As will need to be able to produce cheaply in large volumes.
MUST BE MASS PRODUCEABLE for cost in the region of $1-2.
Wants:Fitness for task combined with simplicity of design.
Don't Wants:Complex designs, impossible to produce cheaply
Over simply designs that do not enclose droppings....or pick them up at distance of at least 3-4 inches from hand to droppings.
- Any that non-designer can read
#4 Biodegradable pooper scooper by Bethanie
#7 Entry no.1 by PETER LAKATOS
#8 dogdpick revised by vinya
#13 Pooper Scooper by Bethanie
#19 Poopholder2 by Ram Mohan Kartha
I made this design considering quality as well as easier productivity, could be made by using paper or card board. The dimensions i have given are based on cardboard of thickness 1 mm. The advantage is that it could be made from a single piece of cardboard making your need of producing it in 1-2 $ possible. It needs sticking tape at 2 positions that also have bee shown in the pdf file provided. I can upload the orginal model file in any format if you need
Hope you will like my work ....Thank you
Hope you will like my work ....Thank you
#20 poo bag by DaBu
This is a model I created myself from a A4 sheet of cardboard and a piece of rope. I thought that this is the only way to approach your problem: a 3d model wouldn't be as convincing. If you think I might have something here (if you like the design) I can work on it to improve functionality (dimensions, ease of operating, etc ..) and i'll provide you the CAD drawing for cutout and crease.
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