The German Radio SWR2 visited us in the garage and put together an in-depth report about our Start-Up Story.
"Milan and Paul are just 17 and pupils, but at the same time they are also company founders. It all started with a 3D printer made of Lego that could print chocolate. In the meantime, they have built better machines with which they process melted plastic waste. The friends from Oppenheim win the "Jugend gründet" competition and are allowed to travel to Silicon Valley. But before their good idea becomes a successful company, many obstacles await: exploding machines, financial bottlenecks, bureaucratic stumbling blocks. And all this on top of school. But you can't give up if you want to make a difference in the world. "
Here is the link to the online recording: