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DIY - MIT D-Lab Corn Sheller

MIT D-Lab's Corn Sheller is made of sheet metal and can be constructed using locally available materials and methods.

DIY - MIT D-Lab Corn Sheller

Primary Function: To allow individuals to shell maize several times faster than by hand.

Targeted Beneficiaries: Anyone who needs to shell maize

Need Addressed: Lack of affordable alternatives to the slow process of shelling maize by hand

Uniqueness: This sheet metal corn sheller is easily constructed, low-cost and provides both a fast and affordable method of shelling maize.

Dimensions: See instructions under 'Resources'

User Requirements: See instructions under 'Resources'

Resources: Instructions available at http://d-lab.mit.edu/sites/default/files/CornSheller_BuildIt_SM.pdf.

Approximate Cost: Dependent on local cost of materials.

DIY - MIT D-Lab Corn Sheller

Geographic Coverage: Worldwide

Distributor: Plans available from MIT's D-Lab

Primary Contacts: d-lab@mit.edu

Languages Spoken: English

Phone Number: Not Listed

Physical Address: MIT N51 Building, 3rd floor, 265 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139

Website: http://d-lab.mit.edu/sites/default/files/CornSheller_BG.pdf

Other Information and Links: http://d-lab.mit.edu/resources

DIY - MIT D-Lab Corn Sheller

MIT D-Lab's Corn Sheller is made of sheet metal and can be constructed using locally available materials and methods.

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