SWR2 visited us in the garage and put together an in-depth report.
"Milan and Paul are just 17 and students, but at the same time they are company founders. It starts with a 3D printer made of Lego that can print chocolate.
In the meantime, they have built better machines with which they process melted-down 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: