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Covestro’s Biobased Polymer Makes Sustainable 3D Printing Possible

In an effort to provide an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic and create a greener future, the German materials manufacturer Covestro has teamed up with companies like JuggerBot 3D, TA Systems and DSM Additive Manufacturing. Together, they have created a new, more sustainable PA410 polymer and conducted an extensive Life Cycle Analysis.

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5 Packaging Trends in 2016

Every year the print and packaging industry are challenged to reinvent themselves by developing better technologies or more innovative ideas. 2016 was an exciting year for every player in the industry with drupa taking place to show off some new designs and creations. We gathered for you some of the trends and packaging ideas of this year.

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Future Links May 11th

Today our news roundup from the printing industry covers HP Tech Ventures’ mission, how education in 3D printing spurs innovation, Hearst’s new print campaign, how to make time for strategic thoughts and decisions, Goss and DG press’ strategic partnership, Stora Enso and Rennovia developing bio-based materials and new on the drupa blog: Thinfilm brings printed electronics to the masses.

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Future Links March 9th

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature HP’s new business printers, flexible packaging and the need for increased food safety, origami-inspired 3D printed surgical tools, an EU initiative for bioplastics, Roland DG’s smartphone-operated printers, Dulpo’s plans for drupa 2016 and new on the drupa blog: Invisible inks to guard against counterfeits.

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Future Links February 8th

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature a 3D printed cast for the Super Bowl, Blackstone’s plans to acquire Norske Skog, strong growth in the packaging materials market, a step toward personalized newspapers in France, TetraPak’s expectation for it’s plant-based packages, a closer look at printed solar cells and new on the drupa blog: The Body Shop uses plastic packaging made from thin air.

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