We want to make 3D printers that go around the world and solve problems!
With digital manufacturing changing the way we design and make, manufacturing is no longer limited or constrained to traditional subtractive or formative manufacturing techniques. This opens new possibilities especially through the use of 3D printing to set up anywhere and create products that are needed within a community. An issue that is more prevalent than ever is the one of plastic waste both in our oceans and across the land. Our mission is to re-purpose this waste and recycle it into new product that provide a solution.
DAM currently resides in central London where our printing hardware is currently set up and being developed. Previous printer locations include Jamaica, Uganda and America.
We believe that to ensure a technology is embraced by all it must remain affordable and approachable. All our projects aim to minimise waste through careful design for additive manufacture and use hardware designed for longevity.
With both founders having a close relation to the ocean we try to ensure our material is sourced from marine and ocean waste. This includes DAM strong our composite material comprised of recycled fishing nets and recycled carbon fibre.
We work closely with our materials partners Reflow to develop unique recycled materials. These range form experimental to engineering grade recycled composite filaments.
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