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  • Ford testing large-scale 3-D printing for automobile parts

    Ford Motor Company recently announced that it was exploring large-scale, one-piece automobile parts created with the Stratasys Infinite Build 3-D printer in order to test the potential for additive manufacturing in the auto industry. details>>
  • Nestle and Danone partnering on sustainable water bottle

    Nestle Waters recently announced that it was partnering with French rival Danone and California-based biotech startup Origin Materials to develop a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic bottle from 100 percent sustainable and renewable resources. details>>
  • University of Georgia working with Norton Point to recycle ocean plastics

    Researchers at the University of Georgia (UGA) New Materials Institute are working with Massachusetts-based retailer Norton Point, which was formed two years ago by entrepreneurs Rob Ianelli and Ryan Schoenike to manufacture sunglasses from ocean plastics collected on the shoreline. details>>
  • Dell ships first packaging tray made of ocean plastics

    Dell recently announced that it was shipping the technology industry's first packaging component produced, in part, from recycled ocean plastics collected along waterways, shorelines, and beaches. details>>
  • Report states U.S. recycling of plastic film grew 3 percent in 2015

    The American Chemical Council (ACC) released its 2015 National Post-Consumer Plastic Bag and Film Recycling Report at the Plastics Recycling Conference and announced that the recycling of plastic wraps, bags, and plastic film packaging grew by three percent. details>>
  • Researchers set sights on cutting CO2 footprint of carbon fiber production

    European researchers, led by the University of Limerick in Ireland, have started a 4.9 million euro project to produce carbon fiber from forestry by-products, called lignin. details>>
  • Apis Cor 3-D prints a Russian home in just 24 hours

    San Francisco-based start-up Apis Cor recently announced that it used mobile 3-D printing technology to build a tiny house (400 square feet) in Stupino, Russia in just 24 hours. details>>
  • Plastics Industry Association announces new safety requirements

    The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) announced that its Machinery Safety Standards Committee has published new, voluntary standards for the manufacture and use of injection molding machines. details>>
  • Beaumont Technologies acquires Autodesk MoldFlow technology

    Beaumont Technologies in Erie, Pa. recently announced that it has an agreement in place to acquire Autodesk MoldFlow's North American and European material characterization operations, laboratory equipment, and proprietary software. details>>
  • UC Berkeley working to reclaim plastic waste from 3-D printing on campus

    In order to combat the increase in waste that the campus produces, engineering student Nicole Panditi and environmental sciences student Scott Silva worked with doctoral candidate Mickey Clemon to head the 3D Printer Filament Reclamation Project. details>>
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