Cardboard case for a computer

Grad student at the University of Houston who has designed a cardboard case for a computer. This is not a new concept, but this one is meant to be used in manufacture. The idea is that it will be faster and easier to produce (no fasteners for example) and dramatically easier to recycle. Houston Chronicle has a story on it and that story was mentioned at Slashdot. You can find a more detailed description of this invention at Engadget article Recompute: a closer look at the sustainable, cardboard PC.

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    http://hackaday.com/2017/01/18/the-cardboard-computer/

    Every time we say “We’ve seen it all”, along comes a project that knocks us off. 60 year old [Mark Nesselhaus] likes to learn new things and he’s never worked with hardware at the gate level. So he’s building himself a 4-bit Computer, using only Diode-Transistor Logic. He’s assembling the whole thing on “card board” perf-board, with brass tacks for pads.

    Why — because he’s a thrifty guy who wants to use what he has lying around.

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    https://hackaday.io/project/19048-the-cardboard-computer

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