Recyclables used to make 3D printing affordable for all
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The 3D printing trend has been going strong for several years already, bringing a whole new world of possibilities to DIY enthusiasts. One enduring sticking point, however, has been the necessity of buying the plastic filament used by 3D printers to bring users' creations to life. That's where Filabot comes in, with a desktop extruder that lets users make and reuse their own filament from household plastic recyclables. The brainchild of Vermont college student Tyler McNaney, the Filabot Reclaimer is a desktop extruding system that can grind milk jugs, soda bottles, unsuccessful prototypes and various other plastic objects to make…
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