New filament aims to bring sustainability to 3D printing


Chicago-based technology start-up Dimension Polymers has developed the first professionally engineered 3D printing filament made from recycled plastic.

Launched in June 2014, Dimension Polymers was founded by Gerald Galazin and Mark Sherman, who since then have developed and refined their formula to create a sustainable filament solution that is expected to reduce those carbon emissions by 66%. After rounds of beta testing with industry stakeholders and manufacturers, they have now successfully developed a product that is refined and ready to bring to market.

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