German polymer manufacturer Covestro will introduce a new, more sustainable line of 3D printing materials at the upcoming Formnext Connect virtual trade show.
Covestro is set to add a new line of filaments that address the circular economy to its Addigy® range, which are either partially made from recycled plastics, or which are made with up to 20 percent CO2. The more eco-friendly polymers aim to build on the potential environmental benefits of 3D printing, such as demand-driven production and reduced material waste.
Patrick Rosso, Global Head of Additive Manufacturing at Covestro, explains, “Nowadays, superior manufacturing technologies are no longer enough to produce truly sustainable products. That’s why we are currently developing new, more sustainable products that are already in the testing phase.
During an interactive live broadcast, Covestro will also provide an outlook on the rest of its portfolio, focusing on its Addigy range when the event starts at 11:00 CET on November 10th, 2020. (Read More)
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