The use of solar energy for recharging electronic devices at home or abroad is not very up to date. Just some keyboards or portable chargers without much efficiency dare with it. The solar tree created by Finnish VTT could change this trend.
Utrecht University Hospital has successfully implemented a skull plastic manufactured by a 3D printer to a patient of 22 years, with the first operation of its kind in history.
At this time sure many of you will have the Christmas tree installed at home. If not your case, and I like this time, we suggest that if you have a 3D printer download one tridimensonal model and if you follow the advice of Richard Zhang will succeed in doing so taking advantage of the filament coil to the maximum without throwing a single gram plastic trash.
The three-dimensional printing may seem to have little in common with sustainability – at first glance, nothing – but the rapid prototyping process entails a series of amazing eco-benefits. One of the most innovative technology uses ultraviolet rays to melt layers of recyclable thermoplastic powder without any waste of the base material. Centralized production manages to reduce travel times, less work, and reduces production time to a few hours rather than weeks or months. All this while reducing costs and result in a better use of available resources.