This scratch built 3D printer began as a PDI Studio project, but it was replaced by a completely different concept so it was left untouched for some time. I restarted it as a side project. The printer was initially a design that could achieve the cheapest 3D printing possible. It soon became a conglomeration of recycled printer parts scavenged from Rensselaer's e-waste dump. Using these parts, along with scrap metal, fiberglass, and acrylic, I was able to get a working 3D printer base. Working in the sense that I have full movement capabilities within a 3D space. I am still working on the extruder and processing.