The Scientific Magazine Focus Awards Three Young Inventors at the Rome Maker Faire 2014

It’s called EWE Filament Extruder, and it allows to recycle waste of 3D printers turning them into reusable plastic spools of thread. This is the invention that wins the 2014 Focus Award, assigned by the eponymous well-known scientific journal to the best project present at the Maker Faire Rome 2014. The celebration has happened during the inaugural conference of the Maker Faire exhibition which opens to the public tomorrow at the Auditorium Parco della Musica.

The Ewe Filament Extruder was invented by David Costa, Francesco Cavallo and Simone Brandi, all former students of the University of Rome, now founders of a promising start-up (Ewe Industries), that is now marketing its products worldwide.

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