After our green filament post earlier discussion of 3D printing greenness continued and resulted in a pointer to a document posted by the American Chemical Society that investigates the electricity consumed and CO2 emitted by different manufacturing materials. What exactly did they examine?
This Article Originally was Published here: http://www.energyandcapital.com/articles/saudi-arabia-oil-investing/3227 At a recent meeting of oil investors, a man by the name of Justin White painted a very grim picture.
This Article Originally was Published here: http://www.energyandcapital.com/articles/opecs-coming-slump/2955 This week we rang in 2013. For many, the New Year comes as a breath of fresh air, a chance to start anew… For the U.S
On March 29th, Wilfried Vancraen (CEO Materialise), took the stage at TEDxLeuven. He showed how 3D printing is not only reshaping how things are made, but also our way of life. In this video, this 3D printing pioneer shares his insights on how this rapidly expanding technology has the power, not to become a future form of mass consumption, but to create a better quality of life on a grand scale
By: Karissa C. – Marketing Coordinator Going green means to live life in a way that is friendly to the natural environment and is sustainable for the earth. The five basic principles of going green are reduce pollution, conserve resources, conserve energy, reduce consumption and waste, and protect the earth’s ecological balance
From the early days of FDM technology, ABS has