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Three Print Industry Focus Points 2023

In 2023, the print industry will remain affected by the impact of supply chain disruption, the energy crisis and general economic uncertainty. That is why it is even more important to focus resources on the development of certain branches of the print industry, that in return will help save resources in the future and simplify processes as well. Find out which 3 big topics the print industry should focus on and why right here!

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Towards End Products, The Visions of 3D Printing – Interview with Odeta and Ap, Co-Founders of Vulkaza

Away from spare parts, towards end products: There is an ongoing revolution in the 3D printing industry. Vulkaza and its 3D print on-demand platform envision the bright future of 3D printing and manufacture in which the community spirit is also included. What’s more, the start-up Vulkaza makes the creators’ ideas come true, supports local product production and thereby has a share in ecological resilience. Odeta and Ap, co-founders of Vulkaza and 3D printing gurus, throw light on the evolution of 3D printing, analyze the current market and foresee the potentials of on-demand 3D printing exclusively in our interview.

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How to Reduce The Waste of Resources via Modern Packaging

In this day and age, packaging has become indispensable in our everyday life, especially in the pharmaceutical and medical sectors. There are regulatory frameworks dictating the disposal of production waste and operating materials that have played a major part in waste management. However, it lies in our hands to lessen the burden on the climate. How can we reduce the consumables on a large scale with the help of modern packaging?

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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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