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3Dom Launches Coffee 3D Printer Filament

3Dom has partnered with biocomposite material manufacturer c2renew to create a new 3D printer filament based on coffee.

Called Wound Up, the new bioplastic material is made from coffee grounds and PLA. According to 3Dom it can be used on any 3D printer capable of processing PLA material. The coffee filled filament with its rich brown colour along with a noticeable natural grain is available in 1,75 mm and 2,85 mm diameter and delivered in a 1 kg Eco-Spool made of 100% bio-compatibel material.

C3renew produces thermoplastics with a multitude of agricultural fillers such as flax or hemp fibre, sunflower, soybean and oat hull as well as sugar beet pulp.

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