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ReBi / Green machine

ReBi
ReBi

Consumers' demand for 'quick' leads to shorter and shorter service life of clothing, with only a small part of it being recycled. The phenomenon was particularly pronounced among young female. An old-clothes renewal machine called Rebi is designed to be placed in communities or schools. It mainly aimed at cotton hoodies. After the user customizing the type version he/she wants to modify on the screen, the machine tailors and processes the garment in tens of minutes. Additionally, the cut parts are shredded into small pieces of fabric that can be reused by garment factories.

University

University of Nottingham (UNNC)

University of Nottingham (UNNC)
Ningbo, China

Caini Liu,
University of Nottingham (UNNC)