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Additive process & PLA 

Our two-head continuous carbon filament 3D printing technology is a so-called “additive” process that works by depositing the continuous polymer-carbon filament in successive layers. We no longer proceed by subtraction of material, but by adding material. This mainly reduces production costs, but also offers new features as customization, design freedom, lightening or the integration of functions (which reduces the number of parts in an assembly). From an environmental point of view, it is considered "Eco-Friendly" because it produces practically no waste for a maximum useful volume.

the naturel bioplastic

PLA (Polylactic Acid) is a thermoplastic increasingly popular due to its image more "organic" than conventional plastics made from petroleum, such as ABS, for example. The main difference is therefore that PLA is not manufactured with petroleum as a base, but with a renewable vegetable base that is much less polluting and biodegradable. Indeed, the PLA used as a filament in 3D printing generally consists of lactic acid obtained from agricultural crops such as corn, tapioca roots or sugar cane. The most widely used material in 3D printing, PLA has many advantages. In addition to its appearance more preserving for nature, it does not give off odors or toxic fumes like petroleum-based filaments.

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