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All Book No Hands
Don’t Just Scrap it:
Dominick Triola/Jacob Burns/Sam Gunnerson
The All Book No Hands device is a book reader
that is used for hands free reading. To use it
open a book and put all but a few pages that
you intend to read underneath the strings.
Use paper clips to clip the pages that you
intend to read to the rest of the pages and the
book should stay open. To turn a page slide
the page down and out from the paperclip,
and slide it up into the other paperclip.
The objective of this project is
to make an easy to replicate
method to up cycle used
binders in order to prevent
them from entering the waste
• 3 Ring Binder
• 6 bottle caps
• 2 skewers
• coat hanger wire
• LED light
• 2 hinges or 2 zipper parts
SCRAP Humboldt is a creative
reuse center originating from
Portland, Oregon. Their goal is to
promote sustainability through
changing the way people look at
their waste. SCRAP is asking
HSU students to help with this
cause to reuse what most consider
waste in order to provide a more
hands learning environment for
Cut slits above rings for
Velcro/string and cover slits
Find appropriate binder.
Glue zippers/hinges to
backside of binder and bottle
caps on opposite side.
Engineering 215, Spring 2013
Attach shortened skewers to
zipper/hinges with tape and
place in bottle caps.
Attach book & book light to
binder and enjoy new book
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