Paper To Pencil, Just Like That!

P&P Office Waste Paper Processor is one of those things that you wish you knew how it works, but dang! no reasonable explanation provided at all! Maybe it’s a deliberate attempt on the designer teams’ part, because their idea is a surefire hit! What this lovely machine does is that it converts all those useless memos on your table to something useful: A Pencil! Paper goes in from one end and come out shaped like a sexy writing tool! Sexy enough an idea to bag a Liteon Award as well!

Pencil lead, power and glue are the only other things that it requires.

Designers: Chengzhu Ruan, Yuanyuan Liu, Xinwei Yuan & Chao Chen


  • Mohit Kumar says:

    I wanna to buy this this machine Please help me out how i am able to purchase it

  • rajni Sagar says:

    I am interested in buying machin for making pencils out of paper ….please let me know how much will it cost to set up a plant

  • Alij_24 says:

    If the lead and glue are not too expensive, it would be a great tool for teachers

  • Gavin says:

    totally disagree with you. if you take a quick look around you’ll see a total boom in the variety and volume of writing/notebooks being sold. e.g. moleskine. people are jotting, scribbling, etc. more than ever – while also doing all the digital stuff.

    paper consumption has grown exponentially since the digital world made us go paperless.

  • Crystal says:

    Where do I buy one and how much? How much are the refills?

  • Crystal says:

    That’s exactly what I was thinking as a future teacher.

  • Sandra says:

    I’m a teacher! I want one!

  • Cris says:

    In a school for example…quite often….you can also buy colored cores and make colored pencils….

  • I am president of an NGO and I would buy this machine because it played various roles in the trash every day. with the machine, I can give users pencil as thanks.

  • I want to buy this machine, please contact us soon.

  • Susan says:

    How much and where frm??

  • Thiago Rafael Ribeiro says:


    search for micro and nanofabrication.

    (have U got an idea how many parts there are in your laptop processor? Or even inna mobile?)

  • amy says:

    I completely agree! Those who think that pencils aren’t useful anymore have not been into a classroom in a while!

  • Good post but I was wanting to know if you could write
    a litte more on this subject? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Thanks!

  • Fernando says:

    I would like to buy, please contact me.

  • silvia says:

    As an Elementary School teacher, I say: this is really useful and I would buy this machine if I could…

  • sophia says:

    Can I buy it in china? How much it is?

  • Rachel black says:

    I would love one of these but can’t find a price or where to buy it!

  • Anhua Sun says:

    Can I buy it in china?

  • Anhua Sun says:

    Can I buy it in china?how much it is?

  • ana says:

    We teachers are salivating at this idea. But it is probably too expensive.

  • Linda Taylor says:

    Could you give me the cost of this pp machine. Really cool idea.

  • rebecca says:

    how much?

  • Tahir Sardar says:

    A pencil is a more suitable product with the reuse of paper.

  • rakesh says:

    from where i can get it and what is its price?

  • rakesh says:

    from where i can get it and what is its price

  • Manmohan Saigal says:

    Please let me know the and where I can buy it from

  • Manmohan Saigal says:

    Please let me know the and where I can buy it from.

  • Ana says:

    Where can I buy it ??

  • Carolyn says:

    How much is this machine

  • jppfareast says:

    thank you for sharing such a great article with us.
    Interesting idea but the consumption profile for paper doesn’t match pencil consumption so you have excess “pencils” compared to paper. It also seems like there would be a lot of glue used in this and is less likely to be eco-friendly compared to simply recycling the paper in the standard fashion.

  • aladilf says:

    Iwant thi machine

  • tes pasola says:

    This recycled paper into pencils, aside from the fact that it will help preserve the environment will also be great for public schools from 3rd world countries who are always in need of school materials but can hardly afford to buy them. The government can buy it for them and make it part of the subsidy they give to the poor students. Bravo!

  • Rania says:

    HI, this is a very nice product, i need to know more about it like the type of glue and the amount required to make a pencil, size of lead core and where to buy it at what cost.

  • Saidilyos says:

    Please contact me ASAP. I want to buy it.

  • yasser says:

    please, send an offer of price for this machine my mail [email protected]

  • Yap says:

    I’m a supplier, very interested to know more about this product. Kindly contact me as soon as possible.. thank you

  • Are you kidding me? My students alone, went through over 500 pencils that I paid for. If you haven’t notice, we aren’t exactly highly paid. I think it is a wonderful idea.

  • durai says:

    we do supply paper pencil manufacturing unit industrial grade machines. And we sell pencils for the past 2 years. Greenmate pencil industry, India +919994393711 . Google greenmate ppencils for more details

  • durai says:

    +919994393711 contact us greenmate pencil industry

  • iç giyim says:

    Thanks for article.

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  • durai says:

    [email protected] +919994393711 whatsapp me, WE DO THIS PENCIL IN BULK Quantity, WE DO MACHINE ALSO,

  • Rania says:

    i want to know where to buy it.

  • saksı says:

    thanks you

  • Saz says:

    I think this is a brilliant idea on an industrial scale. For a smaller scale, the ecological cost of the materials and manufacture would certainly outweigh any environmental benefits, and pencils are on the whole quite cheap. Therefore I don’t think there would be a cost saving either unless the machine was cheap and you could also buy the leads and glue in bulk at trade prices. However if you just want rather expensive designer pencils, this is just what you need. So therefore in a small scale fairly useless but I do love the thinking behind it.

  • Name*helen says:

    How much is it?
    Where can they be purchased?

  • durai says:

    we do sell this machine. industrial grade

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