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Corus Construction Sets

Corus was an unusual Construction system. It had wooden beams to make a framework which were filled in by metal panels to make models of buildings and other things. It was produced in France in the 1920s.


Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for CORUS

Maker
 
System Type
Buildings
Country
France
Dates
1920 (see comment *1)
Material
Aluminium (Alloy) / Steel / Wood
Thread
----
Boss Type
no boss
Boss Thread
----
Diametrical Pitch of Gears
--
No. of Parts in System
38
Hole Pitch (Spacing) (mm)
---
Diameter of holes in Strips(mm)
--
Diameter of the Bore in Bosses(mm)
---
Diameter of Axle Rods(mm)
---
Types of Nuts and Bolts
Nuts: --
Bolts: --
Material/Finish of Nuts and Bolts
--  --
Size of the Nuts across Flats (mm)
--
Bolt diameter (mm)
--

Comments
*1 1924 patent. Buildings with frame of 12mm square grooved wood Beams held by push-fit metal infill Panels (*2 steel or aluminium). 'Real' steel or aluminium Roof Tiles on Battens. Models include Furniture, small Aircraft.

The MCS document for this system is shown below. It can also be downloaded to your computer if desired here

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Below there are manuals/leafets and photos which can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate image.


The Corus manual
(Scans from Urs Flammer)

Various photos of the Corus construction system
(Scans from Urs Flammer)