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The Cardapult

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13:00 PM | 14 October 2015
by Melisa Dagli
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Bryce Bell, a mechanical engineer, created a business card that was memorable, unique and would represent him and his creativity.

Bryce Bell is a mechanical engineer. He saw a business card with gears, which inspired him to create a card that was memorable, unique, and would represent him and his creativity.

He went on to exceed expectations, and so came the birth of the
Cardapult - a business card that turns into a sturdy and fully functioning catapult. Now there's no excuse for a boring business card!

Watch the video above for a full demo.



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