They are made from basic materials, affordable & easy to build.
The machines are made of different components that can be repaired, replaced, or customized.
The blueprints and tutorials for our machines will always be freely available online, for anyone to access and use.
By using basic materials, tools, and universal parts, the machines can be built all over the world.
We've created a series of video tutorials that are easy to follow and help you get started building the machines.
Plastic waste is shredded into flakes which will be used in the other machines to create new things. You can select the output size of these flakes by changing the sieve inside the machine to create different patterns and processes.
Extrusion is a continuous process where plastic flakes are inserted into the hopper and extruded into a line of plastic. These lines can be used to make new raw materials such as 3d printing filament, make granulated plastic, spun around a mold, or used in your own new and creative ways.
Plastic flakes are heated and injected into a mold. It’s a relatively quick process which is well suited for creating small objects repeatedly. You can make the molds completely yourself by using CNC mills or lathes, or by simply welding them.
Plastic is heated inside the oven and slowly pressed into a mold with a carjack. Well suited for making large and more solid objects, the oven itself is also a great machine for prototyping and making plastic tests with.
We share all the information you need to build them yourself, or perhaps with the help of a local handyman.
We have created simple video tutorials to allow anyone to build the machines and start recycling plastic waste.