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    Apr 28 2016 · The NetherlandsDutch designer Dave Hakkens and inventor of the Phonebloks modular phone has created open-source blueprints for a series of do-it-yourself Precious Plastic recycling machines. The idea behind the equipment is that anyone can build and use them to make products from plastic waste.

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    Netherlands-based industrial designer and Design Indaba alumnus Dave Hakkens is on a lifelong mission to "try to make the world better by making things." His latest project Precious Plastic version 2.0 is a collection of DIY recycling machines that allow anyone to transform plastic into useful objects. The machines can be easily built using basic tools and universal materials.

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    Feb 17 2017 · Circa 2013 Dave Hakkens was a student at the Design Academy Eindhoven endeavoring to complete his graduation project. After learning about the vast disparity between the amount of plastics produced and the amount that gets recycled — and after seeing the devastating impacts of that disparity while traveling the world — he had a thought Why not put recycling directly

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    Nov 04 2013 · Dutch designer Dave Hakkens s latest project Precious Plastics may have just opened the doors for do-it-yourself plastic recycling. This comes at a time when only a meager amount of accumulated plastic waste is reprocessed. In fact in 2011 only 8 percent of the total amount of plastic waste generated was recovered for recycling.

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    Dec 18 2017 · In addition to being DIY Hakkens approach is open source and favors short circuits. For design enthusiasts Dave Hakkens is a familiar name. In 2013 this young Dutch designer then 25 years old made a name for himself with his

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  • Dave Hakkens DIY plastic recycling machines Design Indaba

    Netherlands-based industrial designer and Design Indaba alumnus Dave Hakkens is on a lifelong mission to "try to make the world better by making things." His latest project Precious Plastic version 2.0 is a collection of DIY recycling machines that allow anyone to transform plastic into useful objects. The machines can be easily built using basic tools and universal materials.

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    For his senior thesis project at Eindhoven Design Academy Dave Hakkens decided to take matters into his own hands and created an at-home DIY plastic recycling workshop called "Precious Plastic."

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    Sep 26 2020The original shredder we used was a modified one which we found somewhere. The outcome of this machine is great (image attached.) However we need to have a DIY version which is easy to re-buildDave Hakkens

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    Oct 11 2018 · Hakkens intends to make the design available online so that people can set up their own workshops recycling and producing plastic products locally while improving upon the design in a

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