Bloom Laptop for Disassembly and Recycling
Project Title: 
Bloom Laptop
Project Designers: 
Rohan Bhobe, Aaron Engel-Hall, Kirstin Gail, Juho Huotari, Makku Koskela, Lina Liukas, Chongbei Song
Project Date: 
Jun 2010

 

A group of students studying at Stanford University in the United States and Aalto University in Finland were tasked with developing a laptop that could be fully recycled.  Their solution was to create a design in which the laptop could be easily dissasembled, and broken or outdated parts removed and replaced.

Download the final report submitted by the Stanford and Aalto University Bloom Laptop team for their ME310 class. Learn about their design process, initial designs, and final designs in detail. Made available under a creative commons license.

Download the report (PDF).

Also, download the final design files for use in Autodesk Inventor Publisher (see tutorials).

 

Creative Commons License
Bloom Laptop by Stanford and Aalto Bloom Laptop Teams is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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