Integration of Detachability with Multi-Functionality for Relief Print Carving Tools
Keywords:Relief Printmaking, Tools Development, Prototype, Multi-tool, Product Testing
This study aims to develop adaptable tools by incorporating removable attributes and multi-functionality from pre-existing items, specifically in the context of relief print tools. The idea came to fruition after observing the usability of current commercial carving tools in terms of their efficiency, especially portability, space-saving, and cost. The methodology used is prototyping research, whereas the prototype product is tested in an actual environment. We explore how this fusion streamlines the relief printmaking process, elevates printmaking productivity, and allows for customization to meet the needs of art students individually. The collected data is then analysed to showcase the benefits of this integration. Hopefully, this study paves the way for a new era of proficiency and precision in relief print, offering related fields an option to discover. By combining detachable components with multi-tools, this study offers a fresh perspective on relief printmaking, addressing the demands of any institution that seeks increased versatility and convenience for its students.
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