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Greenest Filament Challenge

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    TEST Concept (JA, Mar 16, 2016 @15:27 PST)

    As 3D printing increases in popularity, there is a growing need for biogradeable filaments that are safer for the environment. Researchers at FPInnovations, one of the world’s largest private, not-for-profit forest research centres, have been exploring various types of environmentally-friendly filaments. They have made filaments from a biopolymer mixed with various wood-based materials (e.g. wood flour, lignin, wood pulp etc.).

    Second attachment is to verify that .stl (3D-printing file format) 100% works w/ the concepts area π

     

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