Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at several 3D printed innovations at the University of Maine.
Researchers have used a unique process to develop an enzyme that dissolves thermoplastic.
Researchers have made a technical breakthrough that could eventually change the use of recycled material for 3D printing.
A post by OMD3D shows yet another way to avoid material waste with 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine consider research into 3D printing to impact e-waste.
A company is 3D printing apparently edible food treats made from waste.
Charles Goulding Jr. considers how 3D printing materials and applications may be impacted with a major merger.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine examine the role of plastics recycling efforts in impacting 3D printing materials availability and pricing.
Canada is set to declare plastics as a “toxic substance”. What effect could this have on 3D printing?
Singularity Hub’s Peter Diamandis makes some predictions about how the retail market may be affected by 3D printing in the future. We have some counter-points.
Sustainability is a major issue in today’s world, and additive manufacturing may be able to help the concrete industry lower CO2 emissions.
PostProcess Technologies is opening up a European operation.
Toronto-based Genecis has apparently developed a means of transforming organic trash into usable thermoplastics.
There have been many aborted attempts at producing recycled 3D printer filament, but Reflow’s approach appears to be successful.
You have USD$60? You can build own own 3D printer from a pile of e-waste.