Case 2, Tear-offs. (+other uses)
(Can be used for Case 1. See below.)
Besides the obvious reasons below, the idea could revitalize the market. For instance, manufacturers could come into the conclusion that some product design must be redesigned for everyone’s benefit. Producers could distribute products without packaging rather they could revolutonize distribution by local packaging. An individual could use his or her own packaging, or the distibution machine (vending machine) could print packaging and wrap products real-time.
Advantages to common packaging:
- Affordable economically.
- Affordable environmentally, you can reuse, repurpose or upcylce materials.
- Made by you, reused or made for you on time.
- No transportation costs.
- You can buy quantities as needed.
- Available when you need it.
- Can be made
- before the actual usage or on time
- from appropriate materials, paper, plant based biorenewables.
- Global studies suggest that (1) the paper industry is emerging, (2) the paper industry needs new challenges.
- I have working connections in the paper industry and a company (Mondi) adivsed me a few days ago about an upcoming trend.
- We can put plants into one more application, as the value chain is not fully capitalised.
Why other materials?
- Because you can grind nearly all materials and by making a mix, can experiment with new compounds. Reuse, recycle, re, re, re.
I’ve tried to co-op with gals, guys here, w/o success. I talk to people whereever I go, but it’s only me right now.
Case 1 usage
Users: Users with limited funds (Rajata) or Users who can solve packaging (environmentally sensitive users, hotels with no-waste policies for instance).
The idea can be used in those cases with a slight modification. They don't need 3D printing or other packaging solution. They always have their own (Rajta can collect the product, hotels can portion products directly to the end-user.)