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  • Researcher studying what causes recycled plastic to smell

    A researcher at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) has released a doctoral study on what causes recycled plastic material to smell. details>>
  • Russian scientists create new polymers for 3-D printing with robotics

    Researchers at Kabardino-Balkarian State University in Russia have been working on new and improved polymers and plastics for use in 3-D printing applications such as robotics, prosthetics, and more. details>>
  • Architecture professor builds steel house wrapped in plastic

    Alphonso Peluso, a professor of architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago), has designed and constructed a steel-framed house that is wrapped in marine-grade, high-density polyethylene. details>>
  • Long Island City plastics factory teamed up with artists for new exhibit

    New York City plastics manufacturer Plaxall has teamed up with local artists for an exhibit as part of an annual arts festival in Long Island City. details>>
  • Desktop Metal set to change manufacturing with new 3-D printing system

    Desktop Metal, a company founded in 2015 with the goal of making metal 3-D printing more accessible for engineering teams, believes that it has created a system that will fulfill its mission and change how metal is manufactured. details>>
  • United Nations initiative declares war on ocean plastics

    Citing a report from the 2016 World Economic Forum that stated there would be more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050, the United Nations (UN) has decided to take action with its Clean Seas initiative. details>>
  • MIT Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase unveil new 3-D printing process

    The Self-Assembly Lab at MIT, Steelcase (an innovative furniture company), and designer Christophe Guberan unveiled a new 3-D printing process that uses rapid liquid printing technology to create customized furniture. details>>
  • Report indicates pressure being put on EU plastics and additive market

    A recent report from the Polymers for Europe Alliance, indicates that the limited production of titanium dioxide has driven prices to an uncompetitive level. details>>
  • BASF and Essentium teaming up to create more robust 3-D printed plastic parts

    BASF and Essentium have announced a new partnership to boost fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3-D printing technology in order to mass-produce plastic parts that are stronger and more durable. details>>
  • Scottish startup determined to use plastic material to build roads

    This month a new Scottish startup, MacRebur, has also turned its sights to using plastics to create material for road construction in order to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels. details>>
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