New 3D Printing Filament
We’ve covered many companies that have used their creativity and conscience to reduce not only the waste generated by 3D printing, but plastic waste overall. More and more companies are emerging with new methods for transforming plastic waste into 3D printer filament, and I couldn’t be happier about it. One of the original, and still one of the most creative, eco-friendly material manufacturing companies is 3DomFuel (more commonly called 3D-Fuel), which earlier this year merged into a conglomerate of the original 3D-Fuel and the former 3Dom.
3D-Fuel’s materials go beyond reusing plastic. Their filaments are created from all kinds of waste products, such as the byproducts created from the production of coffee and beer. Their latest material offering is, well, garbage. I’m not talking about quality – 3D-Fuel has earned a reputation for delivering good, quality filaments. No, the newly released Landfillament is, quite literally, made from garbage – of all sorts.