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Tray-Free Printer Eats Away At Piles Of Paper [Pics]

Tray-Free Printer Eats Away At Piles Of Paper [Pics]
technology

In one end and out the other, a printer design that doesn't jam and needs a lot less attention.

Ross Brooks
  • 31 july 2013

An ever-present problem with printers is the paper jam – an issue that causes frustration and wastes a lot of time. Mugi Yamamoto is an industrial designer who approached this problem by removing the paper tray altogether – resulting in a compact printer called Stack.

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