Markus Kayser has released a video of himself performing a 3D printing process with the least original. He used the sun as an energy source and sand as raw material. Can we find better place than the desert for such an experience? Thus, man has landed in the middle of the sandy expanses of the Sahara and typing in the sun with his machine called Solar Sinter. If the usual machines use laser technology and resins for printing three-dimensional, that of Marcus Kayser replaces the two respectively with the sun and sand. His process Concister to melt the sand with the sun, and solidify the material obtained by adding layer upon layer of sand grains.
Here, Marcus Kayser attempts to mount the untapped potential of the sand and sun in the desert in the hope that it might give ideas to many. "Not to give a definitive answer but rather to provide a starting point for new thinking," he said.