upcycling

Now THIS is Upcycling: UCLA Researchers Capture Carbon Emissions & 3D Print Them Into New Material, CO2NCRETE

Now THIS is Upcycling: UCLA Researchers Capture Carbon Emissions & 3D Print Them Into New Material, CO2NCRETE

Often, it seems as if concrete is the glue that holds the world together under our busy feet, and wheels–from the smooth driveway you backed out of this morning with that first hot cup of coffee in hand–to the foundation underneath as you traversed the pathway into work. And that’s just a beginning. What about […]

Often, it seems as if concrete is the glue that holds the world together under our busy feet, and wheels–from the smooth driveway you backed out of this morning with that first hot cup of coffee in hand–to the foundation underneath as you traversed the...
EUMAKERS Offers Sixty 3D Printer Filament Colors; Spools Recycle into Cool Coat Hangers

EUMAKERS Offers Sixty 3D Printer Filament Colors; Spools Recycle into Cool Coat Hangers

While the 3D printing industry and all it entails is about making and bringing forth new innovations, products, and ‘things’ into the world, it’s also comprised of a community that is generally very concerned with recycling as many items as it births, keeping an eco-friendly cycle in mind, and leaving as little a footprint as […]

While the 3D printing industry and all it entails is about making and bringing forth new innovations, products, and ‘things’ into the world, it’s also comprised of a community that is generally very concerned with recycling as many items as it births, keeping an...
Avooq’s 3D Printable CDBits Turn Your Old CD’s Into Building Blocks

Avooq’s 3D Printable CDBits Turn Your Old CD’s Into Building Blocks

A small product design team based in Australia are using their ingenuity and a line of core 3D printable objects to combine older “useless” technologies and products with 3D printing to create something new and useful. The latest from Avooq is a line of objects they call CDBits, and it’s aimed at taking old-school compact […]

A small product design team based in Australia are using their ingenuity and a line of core 3D printable objects to combine older “useless” technologies and products with 3D printing to create something new and useful. The latest from Avooq is a line of objects they...
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