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The "recycling" category covers methods to recycle polymers for use in RepRaps.
- Ways to convert plastic cups, plastic bottles, etc. into filament that can be used by a RepRap.
- Ways to convert big solid chunks of plastic -- such as Childs Shoes that have been outgrown -- into filament that can be used by a RepRap -- perhaps to print slightly larger shoes that will fit for a few more months.
Some researchers are interested in other kinds of recycling:
- recycling old, broken printers and other electronics and using them to build 3d printers
- Kent's Strapper
- "WoeLab & W.Afate"
- "JunkBot – Yesterdays Junk Is Tomorrow’s RepRap".
- "The Phoenix Project: Recycled Epson Printer Parts into 3D Printer"
- "Rebirth of obsolete Inkjet printers into 3D printers: THE PHOENIX PROJECT"
- "building a 3d printer from old printer parts" is apparently the same person building "my RepScrap 3D printer."
- "Printer Print Project: Build a ... state-of-the-art reprap/3D printer design using parts from discarded printers."; "Printer Print Project: SLIDESHOW"
- Tarkun Gelstronic created a 3D printer for under $100 by recycling old computer and 2D printer parts.
- modular designs for 3D printers so that they can be disassembled and re-used in other devices, such as bigger, better RepRap designs
Pages in category "Recycling"
The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.