18-year old Josué will finish his university studies in computer sciences this year at the Centre Informatique et de Calcul of Lomé, Togo. After becoming a member of the WoeLab maker space, he was assigned responsible of Woebots, a startup developing electronic equipment from e-waste.
At Woebots, he coordinates the distribution and further development of W.Afate, the world's first 3D printer made from e-waste, and of the company's other inventions.
3D printers number among the most sophisticated technological machines today. But would you have guessed that you can actually build one yourself using nothing but e-waste? No? Then take a look at “W.Afate”, the first open-source upcycling e-printer from Togo.