Researchers have used a unique process to develop an enzyme that dissolves thermoplastic.
There is increasing interest in green 3D printing.
A Polish startup has developed an eco-friendly spool for 3D print material.
A startup company has leveraged copper 3D printing technology to produce a much more powerful electric engine.
Polymaker’s latest innovation isn’t in thermoplastic chemistry, but is instead in packaging.
In January Roboze will launch a new program to establish a “circular economy” for their materials.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
BVN Architecture and University of Technology Sydney researchers have designed a 3D-printed air diffusion system to replace standard steel systems.
This week’s selection is the Used Battery Container by Thingiverse contributor Elite Worm.
A company is 3D printing apparently edible food treats made from waste.
Polymaker announced a very intriguing new 3D print material called “PolyTerra”.
Researchers have identified a method of easily — and ecologically — disposing of PET thermoplastics.
Another eco-friendly 3D printer filament? Hold on, there is a lot more to the story.
Responsible Manufacturing is a term you may not have heard before, but you should be hearing a lot more about it in the future.
The trend continues: 3D printing companies, one by one, are transforming their activities to place less burden on the environment.
Clariant’s production plant is now running on entirely green energy, making it possible for them to boast of green products. Is this a PR move, or a real trend?
BigRep has discovered something important for the future of 3D printing, and it could cause many more companies to take a big shift towards eco-friendly products.
The power of 3D printing lies in the materials
Is 3D printing positive or negative to the environment?
Leapfrog 3D Printers has introduced a minor, but important feature: auto power down.
There’s been much ado made of the notion of “green” 3D printing, but is this really true?
Hackaday’s recent story about PLA biodegradability got me thinking more about PLA’s characteristics.
Crowdsourced innovation service Innonatives has posted a challenge seeking “radical ideas” on how to combine biomimetics and 3D printing for sustainability.