Après avoir appris quelques notions de base avec Nourddine, un ingénieur en électronique, et fait quelques recherches sur le fonctionnement des imprimantes 3D, Yassine, participant au programme MOMKIN 19 a monté notre nouvelle imprimante 3D. C’est la première fois que Yassine se prête à cet exercice qu’il a parfaitement réussi.
Voici le témoignage de Yassine :
“I came to Connect Institute that Saturday at 11 AM. Everything was going smoothly until I was informed that the 3D printer that we were waiting for has arrived. The pieces of the printer were not assembled, so I had three choices:
1 – Not care at all.
2 – Wait for the 3D printers’ engineer to come in 3 days and fix it.
3 – Take care of it by my own.
Since I’m someone who loves challenges I went for choice number 3. I didn’t know how time much it was going to take, but I wanted to do it anyway.
I took the box, opened it, took everything out, and started to count the pieces to make sure I had everything – I used the printer’s manual to do that-.
I then started to assemble the pieces following the instructions. I made some mistakes but made sure to correct them right afterward.
After I spent over 4 hours assembling it, it was finally ready. At this point I had to turn it on and try to level the bed of the printer. I used Youtube to do that and two hours later the printer was already printing stuff.
This experience might look simple and normal for some but it made me feel like I can do anything I want, that everything is a combination of time, effort and perseverance. Perseverance. That is what our youth lack nowadays and that is exactly what the world needs – ironically enough.”