Category Archives: Lignin

Cooking with soy: Lithuanian team proves vegetable oil can be used for 3D printing

A team of researchers from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) and Vilnius University, Lithuania, have proved that a material based on cooking oil can be used for 3D printing. Known as AESO (acrylated epoxidized soybean oil) the material is undergoing testing for its potential to replace petroleum-derived resins, and has been shown to work without the use of […]

ORNL advances 3D printed potential of paper-making waste

At Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Tennessee, scientists are applying 3D printing to recycle and reuse a common byproduct of the manufacturing industry. Produced in large quantities as waste from the paper making process and biomass energy conversion, lignin is finding new purpose as a reinforcement for composite FFF filament. “ORNL’s world-class capabilities in materials characterization and […]

Neues Composite Advanced Lignin als nachwachsendes 3D-Druckmaterial

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Wissenschaftler des Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) der Energiebehörde haben ein Rezept für ein nachwachsendes Rohmaterial für den 3D-Druck entwickelt, das eine profitable neue Verwendung für ein hartnäckiges Nebenprodukt der Bioraffinerie auslösen könnte: Lignin. Die in Science Advances ausführliche Entdeckung erweitert die Erfolge von ORNL bei der Senkung der Kosten für Bioprodukte, indem neuartige Verwendungen [...]

Der Beitrag Neues Composite Advanced Lignin als nachwachsendes 3D-Druckmaterial erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Oak Ridge scientists develop plant based renewable 3D printing material, 100% improvement on ABS

A team from the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has published a study describing a significantly improved 3D printing material. Writing in the scientific journal Applied Materials Today, the patent-pending process is described as giving “100% improved inter-layer adhesion strength” when 3D printed. Sustainable 3D printing composites To produce […]

Oak Ridge scientists develop plant based renewable 3D printing material, 100% improvement on ABS

A team from the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has published a study describing a significantly improved 3D printing material. Writing in the scientific journal Applied Materials Today, the patent-pending process is described as giving “100% improved inter-layer adhesion strength” when 3D printed. Sustainable 3D printing composites To produce […]