Hopefully in a few years, every office will have its own Ink Removal Printer. The Ink Removal Printer was designed by Kim Su Yeon and is exactly what it sounds like: a printer that removes the ink off paper so that it can be reused.
Judging by these concept shots, the Ink Removal Printer has two major things going for it. The first is that it is simple to use. The printer has a big button labeled "Start" and a slot to feed your paper through. The second thing is the size of the printer. It seems to be able to fit in even the smallest of cubicles, which is a good thing. People would be more likely to reuse their paper if they didn't have to walk to the copy room and wait in line.
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By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 26, 2011 • References: yankodesign