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A A new invention but no completed

  1. Feb 20, 2016 #1
    I am doing business with a Japanese partner to help japanese people to remain safe during earthquakes which require building a small metallic shelter in thier homes, it should stand the destruction during an earthquake.
    My question, what metal is the right choice? :oldconfused:
    It must have unique cohesive properties :ok:
    1. Strong to stand even if the roof fall apart
    2. Light
    3. Affordable
    Kindly help me with the latest tech in the market as our project is meeting a deadline :cool:
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  3. Feb 20, 2016 #2


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    Welcome to PF!

    This is way too big/serious of a project for PF to be capable of providing the help for you that you need. Asking for and utilizing help from here is dangerous. You need a qualified engineering team working on the project, employed by your/their company.

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