Many sizable workplaces provide employees with communal printers in each department, but the system of sharing seldom works as efficiently as it could. The Arc Printer by Rene Lee is designed to do away with those awkward office queues in front of the appliance by bringing it out into the open and improving its ability to distribute documents.
This cutting-edge concept combines the electronic with its own stand, eliminating the need for a clumsy table. A glossy glass ring around the outside invites workers from all sides so that everyone can keep his eye on his own paperwork. The circular Arc Printer by Rene Lee actually spins in the center of the surface. It spits sheets out into an organized stack for each user so that pages are less likely to go missing.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 11, 2011 • References: behance.net