Four years ago a company introduced a concept that was recently presented to Sing Core. An excellent idea that did not work out well due to not having access to the adequate building materials.
Take the Challenge
Sing Core would like to partner with the right person/company to redesign this insulated folding and/or modular concept.
Sing Core will provide you with the materials to build a complete insulated (up to R6.5) 8 ft x 19 ft structure. We will supply windows, door, gray water tank and hinges for folding design at below cost. Structure materials will include reinforced torsion box Sing Sandwich panels with aluminum exterior surface (paintable and weatherproof) and plywood, aluminum or HPL interior walls.
We believe in this concept and the value that it would have to the world at large. As easy and quickly as they can be built, they could be dismantled, broken down and moved to another location with little cost or effort.
Last year, we introduced our World’s Smallest House being built in five-and-a-half minutes to battle homelessness and to provide moveable temporary shelter.
Imagine building a flat packed home in very little time that can be shipped to any location via truck and trailer in quantity at very little cost due to being so lightweight yet stronger than steel. Sing Core makes these small home building kits possible and inexpensive.
We need your help.
Our job is to provide the best material to build the best products especially if it needs to be lightweight and high strength. We want to support you in achieving this task and the end result can be rewarding; providing an Eco-friendly life style by helping to engineer this pop up house structure of the future at an affordable price.
That’s where you come in.
We will help subsidize your genius if you can help us design these folding and/or modular structure small homes.
What’s in it for you?
We will supply you with the same materials that we would supply our engineering team to do the project in-house at below wholesale cost. Plumbing and utilities are all easily installed and run in the double-floor system.
What do you do for us?
Help us design the most effective house kits, supply us with your design details, and a timed video of the assembly process.
Get all the materials at below cost (and we will help with shipping costs) and we will feature your design skills on our high-traffic web site, as you help us to make the world a better place with Sing Core. Plus, you will have a partnership invitation from us to help provide your design to the world.
This offer is only made available to interested parties for a limited time and we will help you help us take this to market, if you can do it quickly and efficiently.
Looking forwarding to your joining the Sing team for a better world,
-Inventor, Peter Sing
Assembly Should be Fast and Easy
Sing Panels make assembly of your tiny home quick, easy, painless and the kind of project that can be completed in a day with just two people.
Sing Core is the go-to revolutionary building material that is pre-insulated, lightweight, high strength that is providing Sing Sandwich panels that build the most effective, high-end Tiny House that is more versatile that any other Tiny House design.
For example the Tiny Houses in these photos weight in at only 2,000 pounds complete (in comparison to other tiny houses that weigh more than 5,000 pounds). You can see that you can build it on a trailer or move around easily on a piano dolly (see photos).
It is these lightweight yet stronger-than-steel attributes that make Sing Core the best material for building these specialty housing projects. Nothing else can compare.
One design re-conception included making the base of the structure a four-foot-tall box/container that would house all of the living components i.e., the countertops, sinks, toilets, furniture, etc… the rest of the upper structure materials could be folded atop (or fit inside) this base. See drawings below (this design includes a two-piece Dutch door to accommodate folding, though many other options exist).
What are your ideas?