3D printing pen runs on plastic bottles
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We recently saw a modular, at-home recycling station that makers can build themselves, and create sustainable products to suit their unique household needs. Now, Renegade is a 3D printing pen that enables DIY-ers to draw multidimensional objects in midair, creating bespoke products using any plastic containers they have lying around the house. The pen works by heating plastic filaments into a gel, which hardens when it hits the air. A companion, easy-to-use bottle shredder helps young makers create filaments in different colors. Users insert plastic strips into the back of the pen, and a heating element will soften it as…
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