KJ22

Development of a cordless screwdriver with inductive charging station for home use

Katharina Jansen

Prof. Martin Topel

Semester

Sommer 22
Bachelor

Technisches Entwerfen

Contact katharina.jansen@uni-wuppertal.de

The KJ22 cordless screwdriver is an elegant tool for home use. Direction indicator and light ring support any screwing work. The 2-speed gearbox and 22-stage torque setting can be individually adjusted for this purpose.
The charging station provides a safe stand for the KJ22. The 12V battery integrated in the cordless screwdriver is charged inductively. All bits are safely stored in the base of the station. These can be easily removed via push-to-open.
The contrast between high-gloss and matte surfaces defines the design of the KJ22, with clean, minimalist lines creating a stylish appearance. As a Stelton product, the cordless screwdriver is not only first-class in its function, but also a tasteful furnishing item.

This project was developed as a student project and not on behalf of any company mentioned.

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