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Strip by Orsan Berkay Tuluce

Strip has been designed for traditional furniture manufacturing processes. It aims to replaces staple guns and tack strips for attaching pieces and getting all parts together, it was designed by keeping the relationship between fabric and wood in mind. This project focuses on bringing a new perspective to traditional furniture manufacturing in local ateliers and middle class factories that uses staple guns, tack strips, and unnecessary staples usage. The designer analyzed all stages of manufacturing period and notice that it offered just a tape gun that was specialized for furniture manufacturing. Strip is a powerful two sided tape for getting all kinds of pieces together and a product design that was based on ergonomics principles with necessary functionalities that a furniture maker needs in whole process. It’ll reduce all countless staples that are used and it offers a way that with efficient use of resources.

Designer : Orsan Berkay Tuluce

Strip Two Sided Tape for Wood by Orsan Berkay Tuluce

Strip Two Sided Tape for Wood by Orsan Berkay Tuluce

Strip Two Sided Tape for Wood by Orsan Berkay Tuluce

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Strip Two Sided Tape for Wood by Orsan Berkay Tuluce

Tuvie has received this “Strip” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Strip by Orsan Berkay Tuluce is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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