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Dutch start-up Refil is inviting businesses to minimise the environmental impact of 3D printing

Dutch start-up Refil is inviting businesses to minimise the environmental impact of 3D printing by using recycled filament made from plastic bottles (translucent) or used car dashboards and door panels (black). Awarded

Dutch start-up Refil is inviting businesses to minimise the environmental impact of 3D printing by using recycled filament made from plastic bottles
Dutch start-up Refil is inviting businesses to minimise the environmental impact of 3D printing by using recycled filament made from plastic bottles

‘Best Material Development for 3D printing in 2015’ at this year’s 3D Printing Europe exhibition, Refilament can be used in any FDM 3D printer. The 1.75 and 2.85mm string contains no toxic dyes and comes wrapped around a 100% recycled cardboard spool. Refil co-founder Casper van der Meer said: “Using our refilament instead of ordinary filament instantly makes everything you print recycled.”

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