Archive for February 13th, 2012
Why should your dock last longer than you use your current phone model? A lot of those remaining products are not being passed on when devices are sold, so people happen to collect them or even throw them away.
Not the greatest use of material, if you ask us.
So why not make some of your supporting hardware match this cycle, so it won’t last that long? This would only make sense if it can be made a lot more eco-friendly and way cheaper.
So here we go: Welcome to the Papercraft series. Made from recycled cardboard and laser-cut with carbon free energy.
[Nice idea. Now if we could locally source these things for everyone we'd be making a dent. It relates to that whole 3D printing thing. Sell the design (the cad file or what have you, either by charging a "wholesale" amount for the design the lisc. to reuse, or some such) and have it locally produced by a shop. This will further lower the environmental impact, designer gets paid, local shop gets paid, and we don't ship finished goods around the world. Win.]