How It Works
The ironing board is cleverly designed to take on the shape of the upper torso of the human body. Upon placing the damp shirt on the figure, its interior will automatically be inflated with hot air and puffs up the shirt, thus removing any creases on the shirt that had resulted from the washing. The user can select the ironing cycle time by adjusting the rotary selector although the average time to iron a shirt takes 7-8 minutes. After the ironing is completed, the device will switch to blow cool air on the shirt for a minute to stabilize and prolong the crispness of the ironed shirt.
The technology behind the Dressman robot is simple. It comprises of a heater box with a number of resistance elements that will begin to store up heat from the point that the user start to place the shirt on the figure. It will only be puffed with hot air when the shirt is properly positioned and the user activates the start button. The figure itself is made of three types of cloths with different permeability for hot air to ensure more hot air flow for thicker parts of the shirt (e.g. the cuffs and pocket) to achieve an even ironing effect.
Compared to conventional irons, the Dressman protects the fabric and prolongs the pristine look of the garment.
Choo Teck Kwang Adrian U036224U