The Ashcraft Design hard drive exoskeletons are engineered to help tech devices naturally cool down in case they overheat, and the structures are made using reclaimed rubber from tires. The exoskeleton is constructed using an intricate weaved webbing that allows air to circulate to the device to help it maintain a steady temperature without the need of energy consuming fans.
The exoskeleton is constructed out of repurposed rubber tires that have been reclaimed and transformed into a new resource. The casing features a webbing aesthetic that allows for breathability to the device, while simultaneously providing an added layer of protection. The rubber is extremely tactile, making it easy to grip and stabilize on a flat surface.
Recycled Rubber Hard Drives
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