What gaps need to be addressed to make additive manufacturing truly sustainable?
6K Additive is yet another 3D print company that’s working diligently on attaining a sustainable state.
Prusa Research took a very interesting further step into the world of sustainability with the introduction of a recycled PLA material.
A Polish startup has developed an eco-friendly spool for 3D print material.
In January Roboze will launch a new program to establish a “circular economy” for their materials.
A post by OMD3D shows yet another way to avoid material waste with 3D printing.
A new study is to determine precisely how sustainable 3D printing processes can be.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine examine a new technology for recycling thermoplastics.
There’s been an explosion in the popularity of metal additive manufacturing, and that means more use of steel.
Stratasys announced sweeping changes that place the company on a direct path to sustainability.
The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association now counts more than two dozen member companies across the global 3D printing industry.
Materialise announced the broad availability of their 100% reusable powder 3D printing service, Bluesint PA12.
Olympians and Paralympians at this summer’s Tokyo games will be awarded atop beautiful podiums 3D printed from recycled plastics.
New chemical recycling process preserves material performance without downgrading.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine European-driven opportunities for 3D printing in U.S. sustainable energy initiatives.
Researchers have developed a unique and eco-friendly material for 3D printing: fungus!
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley light up with sustainably-made 3D printed lamps.
Sculpteo has added several new materials to their portfolio as a result of their relationship with BASF.
Materialise has introduced Bluesint PA12, enabling 3D printing with 100% recycled powder.
The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association is promoting, developing, and helping the additive manufacturing industry to grow as a more sustainable manufacturing suite.
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HP’s year-old 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence is now Spain’s first building to receive GOLD level LEED certification.
Progress has been updated on a fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) footbridge to be 3D printed in Rotterdam.
6K Additive has commissioned their first units and at the same time has landed a sustainable client.
RIZE is introducing a new 3D printer, developed with Sindoh, that represents an interesting professional desktop composite system.
Emerging at the forefront of green materials being used to 3D print is hemp.
3D print service Sculpteo today released the results of their latest comprehensive annual survey of 3D printing use worldwide, and there’s several important findings.
There’s a new trend washing over the 3D print industry these days: sustainability. We discuss several aspects and offer a prediction.
6K Additive’s new Unimelt process could produce incredibly high quality metal powder for additive manufacturing and move the industry further towards a sustainable future.
Can 3D printing waste be recycled to create a sustainable material lifecycle? New research requires your input on this important topic.
One of the phrases we’re hearing a lot right now is “circular economy” — and it turns out 3D printing with orange peel-based plastic is a good illustration of what that means.
Charles Goulding und Peter Favata von R & D Tax Savers, untersuchen die möglichen Auswirkungen von Hasbros Maßnahme auf die 3D-Druckindustrie.
Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers examine the potential impact of Hasbro’s move to eliminate plastic packaging on the 3D printing industry.
Royal HaskoningDHV, DSM, and CEAD have unveiled an interesting 3D printed bridge project that encompasses several aspects of Industry 4.0.
Charles Goulding and Peter Favata of R&D Tax Savers discuss use of bioplastics in 3D printing.
Henkel has announced a partnership to enhance recycling in additive manufacturing.
Earth Day presents a moment in time for reflection, to take a deeper look at how we are treating the planet and what sort of changes we want to make to better preserve our resources for future generations.
There’s an old saying, “There’s no time like the present,” and we should be applying that now to foundational growth in 3D printing.
DSM continues to look ahead in 3D printing with a new partnership, new SLS powder, and commitment to sustainable industry.
Sustainability is a major issue in today’s world, and additive manufacturing may be able to help the concrete industry lower CO2 emissions.
DSM updates its additive manufacturing vision with new materials and solid strategies.
I’m reading a piece on the greenness of 3D printing and realized there is so much more to the sustainability picture of 3D printing.
3D printing the seating of the future isn’t just getting personal, it’s sustainable.