25 Sep '15, 10am

Now you can 3D print with recycled coffee grounds

3D printing is unstoppable lately, yet eco-conscious consumers are left with the question “yeah, but is it sustainable?” With many materials being made from plastic and other non-recyclable matter, finding an environmentally-friendly medium is a big concern. Luckily, 3Dom – one of the largest manufacturers of filament for 3D printing – has teamed up with biocomposite developer c2renew to bring creators the first filament made from recycled coffee grounds . While this is a great move for socially responsible engineering, I’m willing to bet the best part is the delicious aroma when printing.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/now-you-can-3d-print-with-recycled-c...

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