The welding machine is in the workshop and is actively used in production
In particular, Vyacheslav uses it to repair military vehicles. As soon as he received the equipment, two cars of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in need of urgent repair were brought to the service station.
The remaining funds went to purchase 48 kilograms of plastic for 3D printing of military drones’ equipment, and 500 kilograms of metal, which will be used to make about 40 furnaces. A batch of the first 25 furnaces has already been sent to the military in Bakhmut.
Fundraising is completed
After the purchase of the necessary equipment and production launch, we will report all costs and results.
Fundraiser is launched
Until recently, Vyacheslav Polakh produced exclusive interior items and metal sculptures. The master's skills came in handy during the war as well. At first, he helped volunteers to make racks for humanitarian warehouses and cages for animal evacuation. Then he received requests from the military and began to make suppressors, repair trophy weapons, and set up the production of brackets for strengthening dugouts and 3D printing of parts for drones.
All this time, Vyacheslav Polakh works as a volunteer using his own equipment. As winter approaches, the number of requests from the military for wood-burning furnaces increases. To produce them, Vyacheslav needs new industrial welding equipment and a minimal set of consumables.
Join the fundraiser to buy much-needed equipment for Vyacheslav Polakh's workshop. When the necessary amount is collected, he will start the production of the furnaces, and we will keep you updated on his progress.