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Hi! This is Arvin from Singapore

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Hi! This is Arvin from Singapore

12/07/2016 at 03:00

Hi everyone!

My group and I made a injection machine in this year’s Singapore MakerFaire. Check out all the photos !

I just want to encourage anyone in Singapore who would like to make these machines to start! ๐Ÿ™‚ We started off not knowing how to weld or do electronics, but by learning from friends both offline and from YouTube, we managed to make the machine.

Here are some videos that we watched(other than the super useful videos in preciousplastic.com! Thanks Dave and team!).
Hopefully they will be useful for you too!
Welding
PID

We are going to make the compression next, so contact me if you are interested to join! ๐Ÿ™‚

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08/09/2016 at 04:23
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Hi Arvin! I’m from Singapore too and I am very keen to help. Is there any way I can contact you directly to find out more?

new
20/09/2016 at 06:01
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Hi Arvin, I am working for Danone and we are currently exploring simple plastic recycle opportunities for communities in Indonesia. Would be really great if you could share how you build the machine and maybe even help us build one example? Or maybe you have somebody who could help us to build one?
Most of the project team are based in Singapore and we would really appreciate the opportunity to either meet or just get some support / advice how to build the machine.
Would appreciate if you could share your contact details: [email protected]
Thanks! And very much looking forward to hearing from you

warrior
22/09/2016 at 09:30
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Welcome to precious plastic @febriy
Your injection machine looks awesome, congratulations on a successful project ๐Ÿ˜€

04/10/2016 at 15:59
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Hi @baisimu and @giedre! Thanks for your interest! We are currently halting our plastic project build up as we are focusing on building our new makerspace at UWCSEA East campus (nothing much in the FB page yet haha).

We still meet every Saturday, but we are building furniture for the makerspace instead of the plastic machine. The plastic machine making will resume after we are settled in the new makerspace. So if you are interested to help us make furniture while learning some woodworking skill, you can contact me via email ([email protected]).

Cheers.

dedicated
07/11/2018 at 05:09
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@anonymous
thank you for the info.. & i like you say “encouraging people in singapore” ๐Ÿ˜€
such a wonderfull act

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