World Toilet Organization

Jack Sim is the founder of the World Toilet Organization. In this video he talks about the sanitation crisis… “A big break-thorough will happen when we look […]

Prototyping in Dhaka

Prototyping in Dhaka started This week the “trial and error” phase of prototyping started. After a long journey (3 weeks) the molds arrived at the […]

Prototyping in Dhaka part 2

Since one week I am in Dhaka/ Bangladesh to prepare and organize the further prototyping of about 20 toilet pots. The delivery of the freight, […]

Early prototype

Demolding and Assembling After demolding lid and seat the overlapping jute was cut by a saw and edges were polished. The exciting moment of assembling […]

Early prototype 2

Laminating the seat Producing the seat was more complicated. The shape made finding the right cuttings for the jute mats difficult. To cover all curves […]

Early prototype 4

Wednesday and Thursday this week the prototyping continued. This time the epoxy resin was colored to make the surface more evenly, but the results are […]

Early prototype 6

2nd Day Prototyping   When I arrived at the workshop the laminated pot was unfortunately already removed from the mold (the model maker was so […]

Early prototype 5

Impressions of the production steps for the first toilet component.

First day prototyping

Today the eagerly awaited prototype production for the MoSan toilet started! The molds are milled by MFSA, a prototyping firm in Germany. Since there are […]