3D Printing with plants is cheaper, stronger and more environmentally friendly
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This image from a scanning electron microscope shows a cross section of an object printed using ...

Engineers at MIT have developed a way to use plant cellulose as a feedstock for 3D printers, providing another renewable, biodegradable alternative to popular petroleum-based polymers like ABS currently being used. The researchers also believe printing with cellulose could be cheaper and stronger than other materials and even offer potential antimicrobial properties to boot.

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