John Weiland wrote:Does anyone know if 3D printing is, in any way, being fused with plastic recycling? I recall a thread some time ago about some movement and machinery that melts and re-molds plastic for new uses. Is there a 3D printer concept out there that has envisioned using waste plastic as a raw material that could be liquified and used in the printing?
Simon Torsten wrote:You have always 3D printed.
The big push for 3D printing isa push for removing the human element.
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Dustin Rhodes wrote:I just learned my local library has a 3D printing lab - not sure what costs are associated with it(if any).
I don't know if i can think of any products to make for homestead use or sale, but I definitely would use it to craft custom Christmas ornaments,or design toys for my kids - so it's a savings from having to pay someone else to do it(in certain cases).