As we push the boundaries of technology, we deeply consider the impact that these technologies have on our planet and the communities it serves. By utilising additive manufacturing techniques, we can reduce material waste, energy consumption, and environmental impact compared to traditional manufacturing methods. Additionally, our use of recycled and bio-based materials further enhances the sustainability of 3D printing, directly reducing your carbon footprint on our planet.

Our Promise

As a company, we want to maintain green initiatives to ensure clean manufacturing. Additive manufacturing is one of the pivotal ways to bring us closer to green manufacturing. By optimising material usage, it helps to reduce plastic waste, reduces energy consumption, and helps us shape a more sustainable future. Together, we can build a greener tomorrow!

Our Initiatives

Repurposing Packaging

We’re reducing our carbon footprint with our sustainable packaging solutions. Rather than discarding cardboard boxes and packaging, we repurpose those that are in good condition and extend their lifecycle — minimising waste and contributing to a greener environment.

Using Recycled Filaments for FDM Printers

Embrace sustainable manufacturing with our range of recycled plastic filaments. Designed to minimise plastic waste, these filaments maintain the mechanical properties of the original material while offering limited colour control. They are perfect for functional parts and prototypes where colour is not critical. Join the green manufacturing movement by opting for this eco-friendly option. Contact us to learn more about how you can use these recycled filaments in your industry.

Recycled Material

Recycled PLA

Containing at least 95% Recycled PLA material, KIMYA obtains it from waste material that is grounded up and granulated. It meets EN 13432 and EN ISO 14855 standards for biodegradability.

Recycled PLA+

FilamentPM’s rePLA+ uses recycled PLA+ material to create a premium quality filament that retains the same strength and durability of their regular PLA+ filament. Whether you’re testing, prototyping, or creating something new, this filament is the perfect balance of printability and sustainability.

Recycled ABS

Based on 100% post-consumer recycled material, Kimya ensures that it reduces its carbon footprint, by consuming less water, electricity, and oil resources for its production.

Recycled PETG

Made from at least 95% recycled material, it maintains the same mechanical properties as PETG! It is as easy to print while saving the environment.

Recycled TPU

Formulated using 100% recycled material it is used for flexible applications while having a Shore Hardness of 90A.

Recycled HIPS

Commonly used as a support material, it is completely made from 100% recycled material. It boasts great heat and impact resistance.

Recycled PETG Pellets

Using 100% recycled post-industrial waste, this formulation provides an eco-friendly alternative as it uses less energy to produce.

Recycled PE+CF Pellets

Sourced mainly from recycled bottle caps, it also incorporates recycled carbon fibre which provides incredible strength and durability. It retains chemical and impact resistance while still being incredibly light weight.

Bio-Based Materials

Flexible Bio-EVA

Derived from raw sugar cane, it provides a sustainable alternative to traditional TPE and TPU material with a Shore Hardness of 94A.

Bio PE

Derived from raw sugar cane, it provides a sustainable High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) material that delivers a unique combination of high elongation, light-weighting, and moisture resistance.

Bio-EVA Pellets

Formulated from raw sugar cane, this flexible material delivers a unique combination of sustainability, flexibility, ductility, light-weighting and moisture resistance. It has a Shore Hardness of 89A

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