Researchers have developed a new approach for recycling PET thermoplastic using electricity.
New research on advanced enzymes may eventually lead to solutions for the 3D printing industry.
I’m looking at an interesting open source hardware project, the ReCreator 3D.
Researchers have used a unique process to develop an enzyme that dissolves thermoplastic.
Drink giant Pepsi is getting into the 3D printing business.
Dogs with special needs are incredibly adaptable, in spite of their limitations.
Researchers have identified a method of easily — and ecologically — disposing of PET thermoplastics.
If you’ve always dreamed of making your own robot or love the STEMI Hexapod bot but never had the technical know-how to do so, then boy do I have just the robotic dog for you.
Is 3D printer filament made from recycled material financially viable? Czech company RE PET 3D hopes to prove so, with their 100% recycled 3D printer filament products.
I’m looking at a new Kickstarter project that hopes to manufacture 3D printer filament from stray plastic in the Caribbean.
A Dutch team intends on traversing the most southerly continent in a 3D printed solar powered rover.
Prusa Research has done something few, if any, 3D printer manufacturers have done: develop their own in-house produced filament.
This month’s community support selection is Reflow, a project to assist third world countries through 3D printing.
Amsterdam-based 3D printer filament provider Formfutura has developed a new filament based on PET plastic.
Many people rave about the properties of PET, but it’s often too expensive. Or is it?