Tech: 3D Prtiner That Uses Recyed Bottles As Filiment

The new Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer turns coke bottles into, well almost anything. It can accomplish ths by using a new filament made partially from recycled plastic bottles. The Ekocycle printer will be available to purchase later this year from Cubify for $1,200.  The filament cartridges will contain around three recycled 20 oz.  plastic bottles and is still as durability of any other standard 3D printer filament. The filament will only come in red, black, white, and natural.




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