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 •  September 7

Plastic is one of, if not the most useful and convenient materials we use today. You can spot it everywhere, and it's an integral part of modern life. But now the world is full of it, and the latest study reveals it's even in our drinking water. The problem with plastic is, it doesn't degrade it just gets smaller. A piece of plastic becomes bits of...

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 •  April 13

Among 3D printers selling for less than $500, the XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix ($449.95) is a horse of a different color, or actually, two different colors. It's one of the few budget models that lets you print with two different-colored filaments at once, and the only one we know of that can do so using a single extruder and nozzle. It did a...

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 •  August 31, 2015

it should be fine for basic 3D printing in which fine detail isn't important. If you do print objects with multiple, delicate components at their base, you will want to add a raft (a flat plastic base) for support. As an inexpensive 3D printer geared to ...

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 •  June 6, 2013

Almost 85 percent of all plastic made does not get recycled but the waste is ready for a revolution.
How much do you know about the full life cycle of plastics? How much do you care?
Indeed, it is about time we had this conversation and at the second annual Plasticity 2013 forum, which kicks off today in Hong Kong, attendees will open the dialogue ...