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Recycling clothespin / clothespin

Recycling clothespin
Recycling clothespin

The inside part of the clothespin is made by using the same opening and closing function with the elasticity of inside of the rubber and the outside of the rubber is produced easily for the changes of form when you apply force on it. To not to use a glue when you attach those rubbers, we applied inserting method. Also, when the rubbers attached, it is designed a tire pattern so users can see that it is differ from existing clothespin.

University

Seoul Women’s University

Seoul Women’s University
Daegu, South Korea

Design

Seoul Women’s University

Seoul Women’s University
Daegu, South Korea

Sung-won / Jung

Design

Daegu University

Daegu University
Gyeongsan-si, South Korea

Hui-joo / Kim

Design

Kyungil University

Kyungil University
Daegu, South Korea

Seung-han / Lee

Design

Keimyung University

Keimyung University
Daegu, South Korea

Hyun-tae / Bae