One of the major drawbacks of 3D printing is the price of print stock. In some of the more expensive systems, 3D-print material can cost as much as $450/kg for photopolymers. Even the price of cheaper filament material can come in at $48/kg.
To make the world of 3D printing a little more affordable, a company named Filabot has created a machine that will “grind down various types of plastics to make spools of plastic filament for 3D printers.”
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