• ©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto
  • ©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto
  • ©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto
  • ©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto
  • ©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto
  • ©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto

Date 06/2013  Type Diploma project  Professor Elric Petit openlink & Chris Kabel openlinkMaterials HDPE, metal wire, electronic components 

My diploma project is a compact inkjet printer, which is placed on top of a paper pile. When printing, “Stack” slowly moves downwards and swallows the pile until no paper is left. The paper disappears under the printer and exits on top, where it creates a new pile.
Thanks to this new way of printing it is possible to remove the paper tray, the bulkiest element in common printers. This concept allows a very light appearance and avoids frequent reloading.

This project was selected as one of the top 10 projects out of 650 international submissions at the James Dyson Award openlink 2013 and won the Core77 Design Award openlink in the consumer products category. It is currently in the final selection for the Design Prize Switzerland openlink.
Web coverage
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09/2013 Tasarim, Turkey, No. 234, Page 4
09/2013 Recycling Times, China, Issue 43, Page 9
10/2013 Dolce Vita, Czech Republic, Page 62
10/2013 Grand Design Magazine, China, Page 31
10/2013 MDesign Magazine, South Korea, Vol. 424, Page 56
10/2013 Metatrend, South Korea, Vol 46, Page 66
11/2013 Frame Magazine, Issue 95, Netherlands, Page 185
11/2013 Komputer Magazine, Denmark, Issue 16, Page 9
12/2013 It’s nice that Annual, Great Britain, Page 237
01/2014 Designtimes, South Africa, Issue 51, Page 10