Designer Mugi Yamamoto of Switzerland aims to combat the bulk and paper-loading hassles of traditional printers with Stack, which places an inkjet printer atop a pile of paper. To print, the innovative Stack works its way downward, swallowing the pile of paper until none is left. The paper disappears under the printer and exits on top, where it creates a new pile.
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October 15, 2013 3:06 PM PDT
Photo by: Mugi Yamamoto
| Caption by: Leslie Katz
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