3D Print With Filament Made from Old Car Dashboards
Dutch startup Refil is recycling car parts for more sustainable 3D printing
Refil is a company that will sell recycled plastic in filament form for existing 3D printers. This means that when you use their filament, everything you print is automatically a recycled product.
While 3D printing opens up a world of opportunity, the most commonly used material is still plastic. This means that as more people print their wobbly heads or prototypes at home, more non-biodegradable plastic is being put on Planet Earth.
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