Home RecyclingBy T Mackenzie
This machine, affordable at 500 USD and about the size of a breadbox, recycles household plastic into filament to use in desktop 3d printers. We want to do the same with our machine, using construction waste that we transform as much as possible on site. In part this is to limit transport costs – vital to setting up sustainable methods – but it also eliminates storage, and most importantly reuses materials currently meant for landfill.
In English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IRFtNS5G7E
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