high impact polystyrene

3DomFuel Introduces “Enhanced” Landfill-Biodegradable 3D Printer Filament Spool

Back in 2015, Fargo, North Dakota-based company 3DomFuel, Inc. announced its environmentally-friendly Eco-Spool, a 100% bio-based 3D printer filament spool made of bio-friendly materials that break down in landfills much…

Nefilatek Wants to Turn Montreal’s Waste into 3D Printing Filament

Nefilatek wants to take waste materials and make 3D printing filament out of them. There are other laudable 3D printing initiatives out there already, including turning weed containers into limbs,…

Formfutura Introduces EasyFil HIPS: Could Specialty Thermoplastic Be Your New Go-To Choice?

There are a bewildering array of filaments on the market now, and most of them are plastic-based. Some are based on specialty plastics like high impact polystyrene (HIPS), but those…