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Food Waste as Prototyping Recyclable Material


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Posted (edited) · Food Waste as Prototyping Recyclable Material

Hi,

I am new here and looking to learn if ultimaker has a recommended printer (filament or extruder) for biomaterial sourced from food waste (such as chitin/shrimp, citrus rinds, mycelia, peels, nanocellulose).

I would like to protoype products with biodegradable and/or recyclable filament or extruder biomaterial, and prefer not to use PLA or its derivatives.

Thanks

321Bio

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