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 •  March 23

The sleek pots from Minimum Design are made using recycled wood Minimum Design, an French design company selling on Etsy, creates elegant 3D-printed planters made from PLA wood, comprised of cornstarch based plastic and recycled wood fibers. As 3D-printed products are becoming more commonplace, makers are also thinking about sustainability and...

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 •  June 28, 2016

EMail share Facebook | Twitter Doc PDF | PPTX like Like 6 people like this. Sign Up to see what your friends like. The Japanese car manufacturer allows owners to personalize the exterior of their vehicles at the click of a button Japan’s oldest car manufacturer, Daihatsu, has turned to 3D-printing to offer mass-customization when it comes to...

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 •  June 27, 2016

EMail share Facebook | Twitter Doc PDF | PPTX like Like 59 people like this. Sign Up to see what your friends like. A very Instagram-friendly eatery has opened in Monaco for the second year in a row Design lovers will get the chance to experience a mix colors and flavors this summer, as the Grimaldi Forum in the principality of Monaco hosts the...

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 •  May 7, 2014

Harvard researchers have created a new type of manufacturing material that serves as a sustainable alternative.
Harvard researchers have created a new type of manufacturing material that serves as a sustainable alternative.
Just say the word “plastic” and it can set off the eco-conscious alarm bells in anyone’s head. After all, plastics make up an ...

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 •  August 19, 2013

A collaborative way to get to the heart of 3D printing problems
A collaborative way to get to the heart of 3D printing problems
Because most of us only see the finished product when it comes to 3D printing projects – it’s easy to forget that things can, and do, go wrong when it comes to this miracle technology.
3D printing is constantly evolving, ...

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 •  July 16, 2013

The Be.e scooter has a body made out of natural fiber-reinforced composites and sustainable materials. The Be.e scooter has a body made out of natural fiber-reinforced composites and sustainable materials. Dutch designers Maarten Heijltjes and Simon Akkaya of design firm Waarmakers have designed an electric scooter made out of plants. The Be.e...

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 •  January 2, 2012

This article titled “Japan streets ahead in global plastic recycling race” was written by Justin McCurry in Tokyo, for The Guardian on Thursday 29th December 2011 11.27 UTC
Japan is one of the most successful countries in the world for recycling plastics. In 2010, 77% of plastic waste was recycled, up from 73% in 2006 and 39% in 1996, according to ...