3D printer filament manufacturer 3Dom has this week unveiled and launched a new coffee 3D printing filament made by recycling waste coffee granules, to provide a more environmentally friendly printing filament when compared to PBS or PLA.
Reels of the 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm thickness of the coffee 3D printing filament will soon be available to purchase directly from the 3Dom website priced at $49.
The company explains a little more about the inspiration and features of their Wound Up coffee-based 3D printing filament.
Wound Up is a coffee filled 3D printing filament made using waste byproducts from coffee. Wound Up uses those coffee left-overs to create a special 3D printing material with visibly unique print finishes. The filament produces products with a rich brown color and a noticeable natural grain. Now a cup printed with Wound Up is a true “coffee cup.”
This is the first in a line of intriguing materials from 3Dom USA called the c2renew Composites. More distinctive bio-based products will be released in the near future. Wound Up filament can be printed on any machine capable of printing with PLA using standard PLA settings.
For more information on the new Wound Up jump over to the official website for details via the link below.