Engineers, hobbyists, DIYers and others are joining a growing movement worldwide to utilize 3D printing to produce medical gear and supplies amid growing shortages as the COVID-19 pandemic strains global supply.
TIers spent thousands of hours collecting and filling 1.5-liter plastic bottles with chopped-up plastic shopping bags, plastic packaging waste and other down-cycled bits to create eco-bricks that were used to transform a trash dump into a park.
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