Recycle your failed 3D prints! Make new filament at home.

  görünümler 3,644,943

CNC Kitchen

CNC Kitchen

3 yıl önce

I recycled my old PLA prints and made new filament out of it! Let me show you how I extruded my own material with the Filastruder.

💚 Support me 💚
Patreon: www.patreon.com/cnckitchen
Join as a TRshow member!
Original CNC Kitchen Threaded Inserts (EU Only): geni.us/CNCKitchenInserts
Merch: teespring.com/stores/cnckitchen
Buy an Original Prusa i3 printer: geni.us/CNCKPrusa
PayPal: www.paypal.me/CNCKitchen
Shop at Matterhackers(US): www.matterhackers.com/?aff=7479
Shop at 3DJake(EU): geni.us/zHvnB

🎙Check out my PODCAST with Tom Sanladerer
trshow.info/on/zUg.html...

🛒 Equipment used in this video (Affiliate Links):
Original Prusa i3 Mk3S: geni.us/CNCKPrusaMk3
Filastruder & Filawinder: geni.us/wvbzOE
Food dehydrator: geni.us/PxDE
Cheap blender: geni.us/CgwmLB0

⚙ My gear (Affiliate Links):
🎥 CAMERAS & LENSES
Panasonic GH5 - Professional 4k60 camera: geni.us/LMN0CmS
Panasonic GX80/GX85 - Great value system camera: geni.us/M2Sm
10-25mm f1.4 - Awesome Lense: geni.us/ZTBH
30mm f2.8 macro - Great Macro Lense: geni.us/vEwqD
12-35mm f2.6 - Great allround lense: geni.us/S9GOsr
14-140mm f3.5-5.6 - My go-to travel lense: geni.us/fSAyKo
25mm f1.4 - Nice prime for photoraphy: geni.us/mqWM
🎙AUDIO
Rode Video Mic Pro - Shotgun mic: geni.us/6JFRdJ
Rode Film Maker Kit - Wireless mic: geni.us/XMD2N
Rode NT-USB - Studio Mic: geni.us/YVONvy
🔴 LIVE STREAMING
Elgatoo Stream Deck: geni.us/ppIiAL
Elgatoo HDMI USB Capture Card: geni.us/imhD
Logitech C920 - Overhead camera: geni.us/ViVgB

Filastruder forums: www.soliforum.com/forum/18/fil...

🏆 Do you want to help me cover my running costs? Send me a dollar or two over PayPal, it helps me a lot!
www.paypal.me/CNCKitchen

🌼 Even watching the ads before my videos helps me a lot!

Follow me on Twitter: cnc_kitchen

YORUMLAR: 3 086
CNC Kitchen
CNC Kitchen 2 yıl önce
Did you know that I record a bi-weekly PodCast with Thomas Sanladerer? LISTEN TO IT: trshow.info/on/zUgJrG-w_KQexroYkJR9XQ.html
Vafp Slime
Vafp Slime 6 aylar önce
Hello, I want to start printing, with a good machine, without wasting time for adjustments, could you give me information about the MK3S? shop.prusa3d.com/#a_aid=canalrebajas
Dtr146
Dtr146 8 aylar önce
Looking back on this when you said $10 is the price for some cheap filament. Man the price skyrocketed
RWBHere
RWBHere 8 aylar önce
If you keep your waste colours separated, you can recycle to the same colour, which would be even more useful.
Sergio Solórzano
Sergio Solórzano 10 aylar önce
6:10 add a small electric motor with a small weight on one side of the axis, thats a vibrator, or just take one from inside an old console controller.
Zarb Dog
Zarb Dog 11 aylar önce
Hi where did you get that star trooper print form from please reply
Jhon Sauceda
Jhon Sauceda 21 saatler önce
I worked in plastic extrusion and blow molding as a maintenance tech and it's funny how scaled down this recycling system is. To feed the extruder screw you need a rattler to occasionally rattle the inside and prevent jam ups. You could also use a vacuum to regrind the material over and over instead of doing it manually while simultaneously filtering off smaller pieces that are ready to be extruded.
wwindsunrain
wwindsunrain 3 gün önce
Thank you for showing this. This is really nice work. Two questions: Have you had a chance to try recycling pva? And, what if you melted the entire batch and used some sort of press to extrude? Maybe you wouldn't need to shred the scraps. Keep the entire setup in vacuum so you're not fighting air pressure and then it will automatically be dried for you. Just a thought, I haven't tried anything.
DerpyToast
DerpyToast 4 gün önce
This is one of the things that interested me most about 3dprinting. For the longest time i couldn't really deal with the idea of just wasting so many failed 3d prints. I hope we're able to make failed print recycle kits much more accessible so that they're viewed as an essential accessory rather than a costly solution.
LuxLux robotics
LuxLux robotics 6 gün önce
Are you german?
Julie Pastore
Julie Pastore 7 gün önce
Yes, recycling plastic is always worth it. How hard would it be to create a material for building structures such as sheds or even houses out of recycled plastic?
Despina Heyer
Despina Heyer 7 gün önce
haha Trash Bak Khaki love it soooo genius
KEKEBONO
KEKEBONO 11 gün önce
I was wondering how much rubbish is left after 3d printing, and here is a brilliant solution
ZappelFly
ZappelFly 15 gün önce
Why not melt all at once in a long metal tube and then push the molten plastic with a piston through a nozzle with some cooling behind the nozzle?
Handy-Cap Outdoors
Handy-Cap Outdoors 17 gün önce
I'm very interested in recycling different materials and trying to make composite materials at home.
Henri Coderre
Henri Coderre 18 gün önce
I think recycling is an extremely important criteria for anyone wanting to get into 3D printing. Recycling should matter to all of us. Ironically, and not so long ago, I was speaking with a friend of mine. For some reason, I decided to play devil's advocate in favor of throwing plastic waste material in the garbage. She was appalled by my attitude and social standing. All the while I secretly admired her, and I agreed with her wholeheartedly. Honestly, I want to recycle my failed parts. Not just to save money on filament costs, but to do my share to protect the environment. There's nothing worse than going camping out in the middle of nowhere, and finding a used latex condom, plastic bottle caps, and empty beer cans on the ground! I hope you'll agree that this is not socially acceptable, or responsible. At the moment, I have a large box filled with my failed prints, and waiting on me to find a solution. Also, I recently purchased a second 3D printer. This means I may end up with failed prints more frequently than before. But it brings me to the following question. If you're not recycling your failed plastic parts, what are you doing with them? If you don't mind giving it away to a recycling center, then by all means do so. I don't have the financial means to do this. If you don't care about the global plastic waste problem you're probably throwing it out with the trash, right? Which brings me to my next point. The combined costs of a printer, plastic shredder, and filament extruder can be quite daunting. Let's be honest for a moment. The high cost of shredders and filament extruders indirectly contributes to the global plastic waste problem, because most people will opt to take the easy way out and throw their failed prints in the trash. Unfortunately, I am of the opinion that many companies who contend to do their part to protecting the environment do as little as is possible, or just enough to maintain their public image. They devote most of their efforts towards industries. And because these industries combined, mass produce and sell plastic products by the "thousands of tons" (very modest estimate), they can afford the higher costs of industrial type machinery. Hobbyists, on the other hand, with their lower income and limited resources, get left behind. Let's face it. We are nearing the end of 2021, and no one has actually come out with an affordable solution geared towards recycling for hobbyists. A 50$ shredder kit - come on! This is only for the blades, gears and shafts, and you're probably dealing with a family member to get that price. It doesn't include the industrial size low-speed high-torque motor either. Even used, these motors are expensive and usually have to be geared down at an additional cost. More often than not, people inaccurately quote lower costs to making their own machines, or they only cover a small percentage of the real costs. It's often easy to overlook those things we take for granted. Many will not have the tools and equipment required to building these machines. So, once you add up the actual costs of making the machines, they often exceed any claimed costs. For example, if you do not have a milling machine, a welding machine, or a drill press at your disposal, then you have to find someone that does. Parts, especially metal parts, can be quite expensive to have made. Add stock price, labor, and possible machining costs, and there you have it - expensive, unaffordable parts. But what about alternative ways of cutting plastic materials down to size? For example, instead of using metal blades for a "shredder", why hasn't anyone tried using nickel-chromium wire, like those found in toasters? Wouldn't it be worth exploring other approaches? Through-hole ceramic beads like those used for making jewelry could be used as heat insulators and kept in place with nails to support the cutting wire. Wouldn't something like this be more affordable and easier to build at home, and with basic tools? What about a heated metal "meat grinder" type of machine with an external rotating cutting blade to cut the molten plastic into smaller sizes as it exits the grinder. Hardware stores sell 90-degree angle iron at a relatively reasonable price that could be cut to size with a metal hand saw, then drilled, and bolted together to make a sturdy metal frame. It doesn't have to be perfect. Just solid. Then a car jack could be used inside the frame to crush bigger 3D failed prints, breaking these into flat pieces, making it easier to cut down to size afterward. The possibilities are endless. Where are all those new ideas that might help us to do what we should be doing to be socially responsible? There have been no real new inventions since the beginning of 3D printing. Why is that? There must surely be materials other than stainless steel that can withstand the pressures exerted on plastic parts when processing these for recycling. PLA is brittle, so what other material is stronger than PLA that could be used to build tools to break it up or crush it down into smaller pieces? Where are all of those affordable shredder and extruder projects we might build at home with existing technologies? It's time to build something useful.
Mike Blackford
Mike Blackford 20 gün önce
Thanks for the video ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
TECHNIK FREAKS MJ
TECHNIK FREAKS MJ 21 gün önce
woher bekomme ich so ein hotend, mit der passenden düse damit am ende 1,75 mm filament raus kommt ? Where do I get such a hotend from, with the right nozzle so that 1.75 mm filament comes out at the end?
TECHNIK FREAKS MJ
TECHNIK FREAKS MJ 21 gün önce
Wie viel mm ist die düse am ausgang dünn ? How many mm is the nozzle at the outlet thin?
design sacheng
design sacheng 22 gün önce
i believe CNCk would be smarter guy... but i would like 2share my idea.... (SlowCoker PLA) | 01 all wasted chuck will be in the melting bin withould any shareting....(cause it is not easy to do this).. 02 bin could be 20Liter or so...and covered with heat generating n resistance blanket 03 all things/waste go here... and there is a mixer (like dought mixer so off) 04 all thing will heated up (digital temp control....) and let it be for a few day and stiring... 05 after all mixed well n liquid.... 06 pump out with screw ..... to produce the wanted PLA .... thx.....
Michael Englund
Michael Englund Aylar önce
I think it is important to continue research this option while that will make it more successful and cheaper. When a print fail you dont need to be as sad as before.
Elisabeth NM
Elisabeth NM Aylar önce
I think this is awesome. I am planning a new business and 3D printing might be involved in the not-so-far future... but the recycling part is really important to me for environmental reasons too, not just for economical ones. Were someone to perfect this recycling technique at home( I understand the difficulty of the shredding part) and this someone could make a home-based business just out of producing this recycled filament. What my boyfriend has observed is the grinder of a coffee machine. The system to grind the beans is extremely simple yet effective and definitely what comes out is smaller than 5mm... maybe you could try this. Not so long ago I saw that there is some wood fibre mixed PLA, I wonder what would happen to the consistency of the extruded filament, I imagine the fibre should be almost like a powder for it to mix properly... anyways, that was a great video, it really helped me to see the process and the difficulties of it, very well recorded loved it!
scott32714keiser
scott32714keiser Aylar önce
try to make something to recycle plastic trash so trash off the streets and ocean can be used
Turro
Turro Aylar önce
Army man Green
dave jack
dave jack Aylar önce
was actually doing research on vapor smoothing for PLA ... but this was super useful to find U GAINED A SUB SIR!
kirk ragland
kirk ragland Aylar önce
Chopping up the pieces smaller and mixing them together better is the only way make this system make a uniform color.
Theodore Bradley
Theodore Bradley Aylar önce
Why not melt it into a silicone mold? It would be an afternoon instead of a 2month project with no guarantee of success.
EZJ
EZJ Aylar önce
Not everyone is German bro
Daniel G
Daniel G Aylar önce
I wish there was an affordable and consistent professional setup out there for everyday users
Nate Rodriguez
Nate Rodriguez Aylar önce
Have u try to extrude bottles plastic ?
IzzyCrazy123
IzzyCrazy123 Aylar önce
Yeah I'll Just Stick To Adding Mine To Paintings And DnD Props Haha I'm Way To Stupid And Lazy To Use This
Ryan Mckenna
Ryan Mckenna Aylar önce
That's awesome, as a first attempt you are 80% of the way to fully circular manufacturing process
Oliver Taggart
Oliver Taggart Aylar önce
What are the files to the storm trooper helmet?
CNC Kitchen
CNC Kitchen Aylar önce
Link in the description "Deathtrooper".
liam Drinkwater
liam Drinkwater Aylar önce
I like the marbling
WeirdscienceTV
WeirdscienceTV Aylar önce
When I made my own plastic pellets, I would first melt them into an ingot, then use my cnc to make chips. I could control the chip size by selection of end mill, feed/speed and toolpath.
BrainAtrophy
BrainAtrophy Aylar önce
This should exist as an industrial service for recycling filament
Gary Dunkinson
Gary Dunkinson 2 aylar önce
well great idea, i had the same one myself but could not build the right kind of equipment i needed and buying it was not an option at least not yet, maybe if some of it comes up in an auction. Anyhow i had this thought with the wood chipper idea of course you go smaller as the chips get smaller but i was thinking that maybe freezing the plastic first before chipping it and continue to freeze it and chip it or grind it down till you get it into the pellet form you are looking for anyway its just an idea Good Luck
ZeroSlash
ZeroSlash 2 aylar önce
This is 2 years ago, there is a possibility that the technology is cheaper now
Shenzhen TOP 3D Technology Co.,Ltd.
Shenzhen TOP 3D Technology Co.,Ltd. 2 aylar önce
great
Murka The cat
Murka The cat 2 aylar önce
You can get abs tubes shred them and make filament and make straight cash😂
Krios
Krios 2 aylar önce
Could you use GW Sprue's to do this?
Olezka Galuschka
Olezka Galuschka 2 aylar önce
Цвет очень классный.
bee bhai
bee bhai 2 aylar önce
it's amaizing i can't beleafe it
Not Blind
Not Blind 2 aylar önce
brilliant idea... collect home plastics and mix with 100% filaments, and good as any... but can this be done with resin 3D printing
Enrique Mendez
Enrique Mendez 2 aylar önce
maybe try using a rock tumbler to make really small particles easily?
هادی قلیزاده خونیقی
هادی قلیزاده خونیقی 2 aylar önce
Hello how much is the nozzle diameter?
Tim Reed
Tim Reed 2 aylar önce
Yes
fribiesdi
fribiesdi 3 aylar önce
Nice to meet you Mr. Peter Zane.
fribiesdi
fribiesdi 3 aylar önce
(Yeah, yeah, I'm as smart as you are, I know he said Auf Wiedersehen.)
Rj Aditya
Rj Aditya 3 aylar önce
Great work
Sooner Science Nerd
Sooner Science Nerd 3 aylar önce
just recently, i got large fails, melted them with a soldering iron, and made it into something else. i had a large 1/2 maneki neko, melted it into a block, and carved and melted it with my new 3d pen into a skull! i'm working on the details...
Paul Wallis
Paul Wallis 3 aylar önce
That color would be perfect to make camoflaged geocaches!
Nora Iconiq
Nora Iconiq 3 aylar önce
I'm quite interested in this idea hopefully I can get enough money to get my own set up for recycling filament as I think its a good idea to be able to reuse the left overs and failed prints.
Vella's Library
Vella's Library 3 aylar önce
I love the color of "Trash Bag Khaki".
Alexandre Alonso
Alexandre Alonso 3 aylar önce
I think you need to separate different color of filament to have consistent color
Xiaoping Zhang
Xiaoping Zhang 3 aylar önce
This is great showcase for recycling,but I think it will be a much more reasonable idea for large amount waste like commercial use. Other wise the money and effort went in this out weight the few cent saved from reuse a roll of.
Dr.Boom Beach
Dr.Boom Beach 3 aylar önce
Hi CNC Kitchen and everyone, be sure to have a good mask to filter the dust after use the mixer, you can inhale some nano particules in the lungs and cause long terms issues to your lungs!
Remco Keijzer
Remco Keijzer 3 aylar önce
I love your idea of recycle ! I'm just oriantating and not in possession of a printer. So i've no idea if it ll work but is it posible to melt your leftovers in a pot with a small hole in the bottum and let it drip in a bucket of water so it ll form round drops ? It will skip the procces of shredding and the drops might work better than the shrapnel in your nozzle supply . Hope it makes any sence 😁 (not my language)
Lucas Webb
Lucas Webb 3 aylar önce
Melting the plastic in an acid and then bringing it back will be the best way to have consistent cleaning and homogenous plastic. I’m not sure what acid you can use but that is the process I have used to clean gold.
Chris Serna
Chris Serna 3 aylar önce
Ace vid man 👍 All recycling is worth it in the end
The One and 0nly
The One and 0nly 3 aylar önce
Your name is schtefan not Stefan say it like a German
Calvin Phuong
Calvin Phuong 3 aylar önce
I would really love to be able to recycle my PLA, but it doesn't seem economically feasible. That's the terrible part of economics.
BenjiMC1
BenjiMC1 3 aylar önce
Common regrind ratio in injection moulding is
Minty V
Minty V 3 aylar önce
i love the inconsistent colour, I think it gives it character lol
Joe's Board Games and RPGs
Joe's Board Games and RPGs 3 aylar önce
Wood chipper that dumps to a belt that feeds the paper shredder that dumps to a drum with 5mm holes in it that would otherwise carry the pieces back up to the wood chipper. The only things that fall out of the drum would be your 5mm pieces.
Cullen
Cullen 3 aylar önce
Reminds me of the "mystery" flavor of suckers lol
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky 4 aylar önce
Seems like could get a consistent color and avoid shredding issues by melting and stirring in a pot then pouring out on a long sheet of [cooking] parchment paper.
Chris Effpunkt
Chris Effpunkt 4 aylar önce
Stefan, mein Junge! Super Englisch, aber üb das th im flüssig sprechen noch ein bisschen, um nicht in Sätzen daran hängen zu bleiben :) Schade, dass das Filament in der Farbe nicht uniform ist. Ist der Aufroller wirklich ein muss, oder könnte man versuchen, mit der Erdanziehung eine konstante Beschleunigung des Filamentes zu erreichen? Ich schau mal, ob ich ein ähnliches custom build zustande bekomme, das Thema Filament Recycling interessiert mich schon sehr! Mach weiter so ! :)
Crystal Rhodes
Crystal Rhodes 4 aylar önce
A food processor would probably do a better job than a small Blunder
mitro231
mitro231 4 aylar önce
I watched now this video.... i working in fabric where we produce materials of plastic, and i think that you can improve this "extruder" and some tips about this... contact me if you see this comment! and we also recycle our trash parts of plastic...
Leonardo Renzi
Leonardo Renzi 4 aylar önce
i have a newbie question for you: are there printers that can accept small bits of plastic/pellets? or 3D printer mods to serve the purpose? it would be way easier to just stuff your shredded prints into a tray and just let the printer do its thing
Lars Murdoch Kalsta
Lars Murdoch Kalsta 4 aylar önce
I think I've been unsubscribed from your channel by TRshow like three times
Pup Storm
Pup Storm 4 aylar önce
With all the different machinery and large set up it’s probably better to save up and get a protocycler+ which grinds extrudes and spools
張傑
張傑 4 aylar önce
Have your ever try to recycle the frame of GunPLA? Can it be reused as 3D prints filament?
digimario
digimario 4 aylar önce
Trash Bag Khaki is a.. nice color. I like the gradient and variation. I really like the stormtrooper helmet, imagine a whole suit that had the same colors and texture of Trash Bag Khaki while keeping the black details.
UnitSe7en
UnitSe7en 4 aylar önce
Hopper issue is an easy fix: You just need a different hopper design. Different shape profile. Instead of a smooth curve at the bottom of a vertical chute, I suggest a simple faceted shape. Take a look at some square grain hoppers or similar in real life. They are a cube with an inverted pyramid on the bottom. To fix your hopper feeding, you only need an angle down to the mouth.
expreso
expreso 4 aylar önce
cuantos kg tienes que procesar para que salga rentable la inversión?
Jacquy Lenoir
Jacquy Lenoir 4 aylar önce
Ridicule, cela revient moins cher d'acheter une nouvelle bobine
n/a n/a
n/a n/a 4 aylar önce
Try recycling garbage into filament.
Sohaib Benzekri
Sohaib Benzekri 4 aylar önce
@Lesfrerespoulain vous devrai essayer dans une prochaine video
TOGLK ...
TOGLK ... 4 aylar önce
Extruding Polymers & Plastics with consistency, precision, and, in a manner that is both waste & cost efficient is NOT easy. Theirs far more to running these recycled PLA fragments through an extruder than you seem to be aware of at the time this video was originally posted. You have to understand exactly how your specific extruder behaves to input parameters for heating control & head pressure at the extruder block head which is controlled via hopper/feeder input speed and extruder screw speed alongside inlet end temperature and barrel temperature along the length of the extruder. If you'd like to learn more about how this all works from someone with professional experience in the industry working on/with exactly these kinds of machines then feel free to reach out to me. I'd be happy to have a conversation with you about exactly where you are going wrong and what you need to improve upon/adjust in order to get more consistent output from your "Home Made"/"DIY" Extruder from 3D printed scraps & fragments.
printJOHNNYprint
printJOHNNYprint 4 aylar önce
Using recycled plastic for printing should be the future of 3d printing, you done a Good job there.
Lemminggorgon61
Lemminggorgon61 4 aylar önce
Wie geht's?
CNC Kitchen
CNC Kitchen 4 aylar önce
Gut 👌
OneManGamer
OneManGamer 4 aylar önce
Anyone doing this with PLA. Just put all your prints into a tray and put them in the oven and melt them, then pour them into the nozzle thing that creates the filament. Almost everyone has the means to melt it, but not shred it. And you have a garage or workshop, for the bigger pieces just smash them with a hammer before melting them. Hope this helped you find new ways of recycling your failed prints
Priyranjan Srivastav
Priyranjan Srivastav 4 aylar önce
Why didn't you melt the scrap directly without crushing
Panagiotes Koutelidakes
Panagiotes Koutelidakes 4 aylar önce
I think it should be possible to control the colour by sorting the plastics; that way, you could even end up with filament that shifts from one hue to another in a gradient fashion, even doing rainbows and such!
Zoo Bear
Zoo Bear 5 aylar önce
3:09 lol Altyn Face Shield
Cube for Fun
Cube for Fun 5 aylar önce
You should try doing this with unused plastic boxes!
schmaler68
schmaler68 5 aylar önce
Hi Stefan, Klasse Idee. Habe auch immer so viel fehlgelaufene Drucke. Schon echt ärgerlich wenn irgendwas mit der Rolle nicht stimmt...neulich hatte ich mir TPU gekauft da hatte ich Durchmesserschwankungen von bis zu 3,3mm, eigentlich war er selten unter 1,8mm...jetzt habe ich auch wieder ein PLA was nach einer gewissen Zeit quasi "Aussetzer" produziert...nervig...aber ich glaube so viel drucke ich nicht das es sich bei mir lohnen würde. Danke, Gruß Kay
JE D
JE D 5 aylar önce
shoot me down if theres any obvious design flaws (im still pretty novice when it comes to plastic's properties) it would be interesting to see if a design could be made where all the PLA is melted in a large vat right before the extrusion nozzle so theres a more uniform heat through the material, and thus less unmelted parts arriving to the extrusion nozzle. this design could also allow for less pre processing if you can get larger pieces to melt instead of needing to break them down so small. if there's some substance to this idea please run with it, and if you need other versions i've thought of a few variations that could also make the design or the prep work simpler.
Dustin South
Dustin South 5 aylar önce
Totally badass, and worth the effort!
John Tetreault
John Tetreault 5 aylar önce
Some type of vibratory device on the hopper should solve your feeding problem.
Chris Dixon
Chris Dixon 5 aylar önce
Well, now I know why I won't make my own filiment. However, Great system you made. It would work if you have a local 3D print club to provide you an endless supply and to buy.
L B
L B 5 aylar önce
Das Video ist mir zu Deutsch-Englisch..
MrPon4ik1974
MrPon4ik1974 5 aylar önce
всё ещё впечатлён
Lewis Mcgarry
Lewis Mcgarry 5 aylar önce
Why not just cut off every other fs blade and not in half :/ will break so much easier too much weight on one side
Xayvian McCumber-Pechmann
Xayvian McCumber-Pechmann 5 aylar önce
shush
Lilmattster
Lilmattster 5 aylar önce
great video man, but $500... that's a bit too much for most of us
BitSmythe
BitSmythe 5 aylar önce
2:13 For $500 I can buy about 25 rolls of filament. It doesn’t pencil out for me. However, fabulous experiment for somebody with LOTS of spare time!
calvin korver
calvin korver 5 aylar önce
6:08 Nice Wera Tools
Dan Gerous
Dan Gerous 5 aylar önce
Get better at designing and machine setup and don't have failed prints. That's the trick. Also don't print usless things.
izu koder
izu koder 5 aylar önce
I think sanago know how to recycle it
kammen1flatza
kammen1flatza 5 aylar önce
Recycling at such a small scale is not economically viable. You 're better off buying filament in bulk. Maybe PLA scraps could be shredded, molten and poured in moulds to create various models instead.
David Morton
David Morton 5 aylar önce
I know this is an old video but if you happen to see this, what would happen if you melted all old parts into 1 big bin first, mix them and make sure they're fully melted so that there's no weird shapes and the color would be more consistent. Then spread it out onto sheets that you can then easily shred down to pellets.
Andrew Kay
Andrew Kay 5 aylar önce
Have a google for “Precious Plastic”
royal decree for the church of muskology
royal decree for the church of muskology 5 aylar önce
Not safety goggles. You need a filtered mask fam, you'll be inhaling plastic dust
Recycling all my 3DBenchys into new Filament
15:18
CNC Kitchen
görünümler 710 B
Tozkoparan İskender 28. Bölüm
1:10:22
Tozkoparan İskender
görünümler 489 B
Yedik Yedik Noldu?! - Hastanede Bir Gün
33:25
OHA diyorum!
görünümler 284 B
İbrahim Selim ile Bu Gece #89 Hazal Kaya, Ezgi Aktan
1:51:49
Zorlu Performans Sanatları Merkezi
görünümler 1,1 Mn
12 3D printed tools you need for your workshop
16:59
Teaching Tech
görünümler 822 B
First 24 Upgrades & Mods for my Ender 3 Pro
13:41
Scott Yu-Jan
görünümler 2 Mn
10 Cool Things to 3D Print while you're Stuck Indoors
10:09
Tozkoparan İskender 28. Bölüm
1:10:22
Tozkoparan İskender
görünümler 489 B
Yedik Yedik Noldu?! - Hastanede Bir Gün
33:25
OHA diyorum!
görünümler 284 B
İbrahim Selim ile Bu Gece #89 Hazal Kaya, Ezgi Aktan
1:51:49
Zorlu Performans Sanatları Merkezi
görünümler 1,1 Mn
#ball #jump #sneaker #shorts #fyp #foryou
0:13
ABOFADEL VIP
görünümler 5 Mn
Custom Epoxy Phone Case #Shorts
1:00
Komar Project
görünümler 62 Mn
اكثر 5 مقاطع مجنونة باليوتيوب العربي !!
10:48
THE HORROR - مهند السيوف
görünümler 252 B
İPHONE 7 PLUS'I 12 PROMAX'E ÇEVİRDİM
21:56
UĞUR KAPLAN
görünümler 21 B