COMMENTARY - October 22nd, 2021
Materials from 3D printing range from different plastic to even food ingredients. However, many companies are trying to think green and develop quality 3D printing material made from waste items in the hopes to recycle and put waste to good use. 3Dom and c2renew are teaming to make use of what’s left in your coffee filter.
3Dom and c2renew has developed “Wound Up,” a filament made for 3D printers that has been created by leftover coffee grounds. While the filament creates brown items with a unique texture, it helps keep print environmentally friendly. For more on “Wound Up,” click here:: 3Dom’s Wound Up 3D printing filament recycles coffee grounds