The latest 3D printing filament is made of waste coffee grounds

The latest 3D printing filament is made of waste coffee grounds

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As the 3D printing industry catapults forwards, the issue of sustainability follows closely behind, as many printing material remain of plastic or other non-recyclable origin. Thankfully, there are companies like 3Dom, who specialize in offering eco-friendly 3D printing materials. Their newest product is Wound Up — a filament made from the waste byproducts of coffee.

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