Kodjo Afate Gnikou has imagination, talent, and ambition.
Using rails and belts from old scanners, the case of a discarded desktop computer, and even bits of a diskette drive, he has created what is believed to be the first 3D printer made from e-waste.
It has taken him several months to put together his experimental device. Lifting designs off a computer, the 3D printer produces physical objects. He shows us by “printing” a small round container.
Filed Under: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • stereolithography, Rapid prototyping