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I think it would be hard to find someone who didn't know what a Nalgene water bottle looked like. These...

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With so many polymers available it is hard to keep track of all the settings used during extrusion. Not to...

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For our latest materials experiment we tackled the unbiquitous computer keyboard. Read on to find out what we did, how...

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We're back with another plastic extrusion test. This time, we're using actual prints from another company. When we talk about...

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Hot on the heels of printing with recycled toothbrush handles, we're tackling our most practical material yet - used CDs...

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Every year, billions of toothbrushes are purchased around the world - which means billions are thrown away. I'm not sure...

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Our last few material experiments have utilized things that few people would ever want to use to print. Squatty Potties...

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OK, this one is going to get some strange feedback. And you know what? We're quite fine with that. Yes,...

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While we're working with a lot of materials people have laying around, printing with recycled Craftsman Shop-Vac Vacuum nozzles might raise...

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We developed a method for turning Lego pieces into ABS filament, ready for 3D printing. We give you background on how we did it, and even give you temperature settings for extruding your own 3D filament made of Lego bricks!

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#masterspool, ABS Recycling, recycling -

Filament spools are awesome for keeping filament under control. However, once the spools are empty, what do you do?  Some...

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As long-time followers of our products know, we don't accept the status quo.  After nearly a year of refinement, based...

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