NGO Turns Inkjet Printer e-Waste into 3D Printers

Techfortrade attempts to 3D printing affordable by creating software that is able to take e-waste components and use them to build 3D printers

United Kingdom charity, Techfortrade, is trying to make 3D printing affordable for developing countries by creating software that is able to take e-waste components and use them to build 3D printers.

In fact, the charity says the technology is available for free online, and anyone around the world can use the same technique.

E-waste refers to discarded electronic devices destined to be recycled, reused or sent to landfill, such as old PCs, smartphones, tablets, inkjet printers, photocopiers and fax machines.

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