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Paul's Kettle Presentation

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Team 'Paul's Kettle' won the 'Overall winner' award at the first ever Enabled by Design-athon

Team 'Paul's Kettle' won the 'Overall winner' award at the first ever Enabled by Design-athon

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  • 1. BLUE 3
  • 2. This is Paul.
  • 3. And this is Paul’skettle. the No te that all mar kings have . rubbed off completely
  • 4. That’s because Paul uses his kettle A LOT. EVERY DAY 5 x coffee or tea SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK BOILING WATER FOR PASTA OR RICE
  • 5. This is how he does it:
  • 6. But Paul’s kettle is going to die.
  • 7. But Paul’s kettle is going to die.At some point.
  • 8. Our design challenge:DESIGN PAUL’SNEXT KETTLE
  • 9. Design aims:•  functional, desirable kettle for Paul, A but also for anyone.• Easy pouring (stable center of gravity)• Well insulated• Secure lid• Easy and secure docking into the base• Fill-to-measure
  • 10. For whom:Paul’s condition is Phocomelia, 1 in10,000 people WE WANT OUR700,000 births in the UK p/a = 70 KETTLE TO BEbabies JUST AS USEFULHowever, FOR EVERYONEVery similar to situation to anyonewith an upper limb AS IT IS FORamputation. PAUL.In 2007, USA had 1.7m people withlimb loss (5 people per 1000).In the UK, 6000 major amputationsa year
  • 11. Prototype One Pull handles apart to release Kettle bottom valvle Dock
  • 12. Prototype One
  • 13. • Too big•  andles too high H to pour• Learning curve?
  • 14. Prototype Two 2nd handle
  • 15. Prototype Two
  • 16. • Simple design•  asy to use E (no learning curve)•  ccessible to a A universal audience
  • 17. INTRODUCING: (PAUL’S KETTLE)
  • 18. FUTURE PRODUCT APPLICATIONS
  • 19. Team Blue 3: + PAULJAMESJAMESIANMILOMANJULMARTY THANK&BEN YOU!