3D printing with recycled plastic

Recycle your own coffee cubs for your 3D-printer

Recycle your own coffee cubs for your 3D-printer

3D printing is booming. But most of the 3D-printing entrepreneurs use new plastics for their prints.

Better Future Factory has developed a machine with which people can recycle their coffee cubs for 3D-printing. 

 

This is how it works

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2 Responses to 3D printing with recycled plastic

  1. Okenna Oluchi says:

    pls i really have interest in the making of this recycling machine and all what am seeing is not what i really wanna know. I need the tips on how i can make it on my own at comfort of my home. Thanks

  2. support says:

    Okenna, maybe this post is something you are looking for?

    PreciousPlastic developed DIY machines that enable everyone to build a little plastic machine to recycle all the plastics you can get. For free.
    https://www.betterworldsolutions.eu/portfolio/build-plastic-recycling-machine/

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