3D printing tackles plastic on the shores of Morocco │wamda

moroccoonthemove.com - Swiss designers to an Ultimaker 3D printer make Taghazout, Morocco their home to test out the innovative printing machine that turns plastic shreds into marketable objects. As wamda reports:

When Gadient and Wyss left Berne, Switzerland, for the Mediterranean shores, they had one goal in mind: to asses the feasibility of plastic waste as a raw material for 3D printed objects.

Gadient, formerly a fashion designer, and Wyss, who worked as a product designer, spent a short stint in France, then two months in Spain, and now they’ve settled in Morocco.


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