The core topic of the following work is the re-design of a teppanyaki table grill (Japanese 鉄板 teppan, literally “iron plate”), which can be put into operation with the aforementioned technology without a direct power supply, independent of location.
In addition, the product is constructed and designed in such a way that it can be separated and recycled at the end of its life cycle. Both the manufacturing process and the design have been changed to make it possible to launch a sustainable kitchen product with a low carbon footprint. This work includes every aspect of this, from technical conception and design, target group identification and marketing, to profitability and financing.
This work should give suggestions to rethink and redevelop various current products and their production in order to show a possible way into a resource-saving future.
-the battery unit /power supply are located on the underside at the back
-the battery can be removed by simply pulling it out
-can be charged or operate/ charged via a cold socket
-use without a cable connection (45 to 60min)