3D Print With Filament Made from Old Car Dashboards

3D Print With Filament Made from Old Car Dashboards

Dutch startup Refil is recycling car parts for more sustainable 3D printing

Leo Lutero
  • 5 may 2015

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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