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By lucas@endneoliberalism On 5 Nov, 2013 At 11:23 PM | Categorized As 3D printing, Green Business | With 0 Comments
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Appalatch, the Asheville based apparel company, is raising funds via Kickstarter to mass produce the first 3D-printed sweater. The sweater will come with a price tag of $189, which is in the range of many premium apparel brands found in your nearby mall. Unlike major brands, however, Appalatch will print your sweater with zero waste [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 13 Oct, 2013 At 01:40 PM | Categorized As 3D printing, Green Business, Upcycle | With 0 Comments
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The story of Kodjo Afate Gnikou, a 33-year old inventor from Togo who built a 3D printer made of materials that he found in scrapyards, means more than an extraordinary example of how green entrepreneurs are pushing our economic potential by developing Cradle-to-Cradle economies that integrate upcycling with 3D printing and other green technologies or [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 28 Mar, 2013 At 11:25 PM | Categorized As 3D printing, Green Business | With 0 Comments
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The Joshua Harris 3D printer aims to solve both enslaving working conditions and environmental problems by churning out your favourite clothes from a small machine nailed to your living-room wall. The machine allows you to recycle old clothes into new models or purchase pre-designed cartridges from your favourite clothing company. This may be the greatest [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 28 Mar, 2013 At 08:07 PM | Categorized As 3D printing, General News, Upcycle | With 0 Comments

Project RE takes 3D printing a step further by creating models that can be upcycled at later stages of the products’ life cycle in order to avoid waste. Watch video below: