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5 innovative 3D printing recycling machines

21 May 2015  | Ann Thryft

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FDM canisters

(Source: Stratasys)

(Source: Stratasys)

Stratasys has instituted a free programme to recycle used fused deposition modelling (FDM) canisters and PolyJet cartridges for its customers in North America. The programme aims at helping customers better adhere to local compliance, save space, eliminate waste disposal shipping costs and reduce logistical hassles. Users can print their own pre-paid UPS shipping labels from Stratasys' website. Packages are then sent to the company's Eden Prairie, Minn. facilities where the cartridges and canisters are recycled under code-compliant conditions.


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