A filament for 3D printing is capable of being biodegradable

A filament for 3D printing is capable of being biodegradable

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Fillamentum, a well-known filament manufacturer, has developed a remarkable product called “NonOilen.” NonOilen is a 100% biodegradable filament designed for 3D printing applications. This innovative filament offers several environmental benefits and is an excellent alternative to traditional petroleum-based filaments.

NonOilen has Biodegradability, which can naturally break down and decompose over time. This feature reduces the environmental impact of 3D-printed objects made with NonOilen. Sustainability can reduce dependence on fossil fuels. It aligns with the growing demand for eco-friendly and sustainable manufacturing processes. NonOilen exhibits good printing properties, making it suitable for various applications. It offers consistent extrusion, low warping, and good layer adhesion, resulting in high-quality prints. It is also compatible with various 3D printers that support filaments with standard diameters, typically 1.75mm or 2.85mm. It can be used with both open-source and proprietary 3D printing systems. It suits various 3D printing applications, including prototyping, product design, art, and general-purpose printing. It provides an environmentally friendly option for creating functional parts, models, and artistic designs.

This type of innovation aligns with the global efforts to reduce waste, promote circular economy principles, and minimize the environmental impact of plastic materials.

Published on April 5, 2021, by Madeleine P.

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