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Posted · Recycling filament extruder survey for school project

Hi everyone!

As part of a school project where I am investigating how viable a recycling filament extruder is for hobbyists, I have set up a small survey so I can get an understanding of how the average person uses their printer and filament. I am doing this as the information I collect will allow me to come to a conclusion whether hobbyists should recycle their waster prints in a filament extruder. I will do this by comparing the trends from the survey to the amount of money and time it takes to make my own filament extruder.

You don't have to own a filament extruder to take this survey and it should take less than 3 minutes. It should also go without saying that all information in anonymous.

I really appreciate your help and look forward to being able to give back to the community in the same way you have helped me!

Here's the link to the survey:

https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/NvnJbl

Thanks again!

P.s.

If you wanted some more information about filament extruders here are some great websites to have a look at:

All3DP's breakdown of different extruders you can build/buy and some general information:

https://all3dp.com/2/6-best-filament-extruders-to-build-or-buy/

Ian Mcmill's Instructable on how to build a DIY filament extruder:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Build-your-own-3d-printing-filament-factory-Filame/

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