Make Your Own 3-D Printer for $100
For someone living in a low-tech society like 33-year old Kodjo Afate Gnikou, spending $800 for a desktop printer is a little steep. So Afate constructed his own working printer from junk, mostly spare computer, scanner and inkjet printer parts he found in a local dump. It’s believed to be the world’s first 3-D printer made from e-waste.
Destroyer of Mankind Now a Museum Piece
What was just a few months ago a backyard project by an “insurrectionist” is now considered so valuable it has earned a spot in a well-known British art museum.