Making a single pancake in a microwave is easy: just take a Tefal round pan (no sharp corner no sparks), drop your dough, wait 2.5 minutes (it also work on any eating plates, but the first one is quite hard to unstick). But it's not really efficient in terms of time and energy. There should be a way to make several pancakes at once, and (optional) maybe even while using the same energy, or just a little more.
Using several layers of Tefal cooking plates won't be efficient since the microwaves don't pass through the metal.
So there are 2 challenges to solve:
Finding the right material to cook the crepe: it must be 1) food-safe (also under microwaves: so no plastic to be sure) 2) transparent to microwaves (or low loss). (What about using a thin sheet of glass? Cheap and safe.)
Finding the best vertical structure: what shape, how tall, how many layers? (Knowing that it should be rechargeable with dough quickly and also disassembled to clean it)
It's an engineering challenge, but that's the kind of hack that could really be a turning point for humankind.
Any advice is welcome.
PS: once again the question is about cooking pancakes IN MICROWAVE
EDIT: the question was suddenly closed (after some weeks/upvotes, and several answers) just when I dared to tell the people that their answer is off-topic. (I said to @virolino
what does it have to do with microwave cooking? he replied
I do not like the tone of your question-comment.
If you also believe it was unjustifiably closed, please signal it (eg. upvote my last comment).