Is it more difficult to use a tube toothpaste? That’s because of the lack of these artifacts
Toothpaste has to be used every day. The more difficult to use a toothpaste to be squeezed in the end. I believe everyone has encountered it. At this time, is it hard squeezing or do you want other ways? Toothpaste, designers have played new tricks, some have designed small tools for squeezing toothpaste, and some are innovative on the packaging of toothpaste.
To say that “play” in squeezing toothpaste, this design of a student of a famous private comprehensive university in South Korea, a student of a student of Tan Guo University, is really played. This design looks very simple, that is, leave a original hole at the bottom of the toothpaste tube. When the toothpaste is used up, the fingers are inserted into the original hole and rotated. It is much more interesting to be active children than hard squeezing toothpaste. There is a hole in the bottom of the toothpaste tube, and there are other uses of the carrier. The toothpaste can be linked to the wall.
In order not to waste the final toothpaste, the designer specifically designed this kind of toothpaste packaging. This toothpaste does not use the usual plastic or metal packaging, but uses commonly used native packaging. Toothpaste exports have also become similar zippers, and the shape of the toothpaste tube has also changed. Such a change makes this toothpaste packaging can be squeezed into a plane in the end, and the toothpaste inside will naturally not waste at all.
When the toothpaste is almost used, the toothpaste near the exit of the toothpaste tube is the most difficult to squeeze. The strength of both hands to eat milk may not be squeezed out, but several domestic designers He Yan, Tang Jingchun and others With only a small change, this problem was solved. They designed the location of the exit of the toothpaste tube as a slope. Don’t look at it a small change, but the squeeze toothpaste becomes much easier.
To brush your teeth, toothpaste toothbrush is like a toothbrush, so a Korean designer designed a toothbrush with squeezing toothpaste. The designer designed a slot on the handle of our commonly used toothbrushes. The toothpaste that was used up quickly, as long as the toothpaste tube was put into this slot, and then pulled the toothpaste tube, the remaining toothpaste will be squeezed to the toothpaste The front of the tube is very convenient to use.
This looks like a belt buckle, from Italian designers, Gabriel Chadowei and Lorenz Basari. The design of the two big -name designers is also a crowded toothpaste artifact. Inserting the fast -use toothpaste tube into this “belt buckle” is dragged like a belt, and the last point toothpaste can’t stay inside.
This squeezed toothpaste artifact design is inspired by the stationery commonly used in the office, the punching device, but it is replaced by a set of horizontal wheels in the place where the punching nail is installed. When the toothpaste is used up, the toothpaste tube is placed in this squeezing toothpaste artifact. After pressing it, just pull the toothpaste to the back, and finally the remaining toothpaste will be easily squeezed out.
(Original title: Squeeze a toothpaste can also play so many tricks)
Source: Beijing Evening News