Material produced from the Closed Loop Plastics recycling process is both versatile and easy to use. The following case studies showcase the different ways CLP post-consumer recycled material can be used to meet your plastic needs.
U-HIPS Filament Beginner 3D Printing Case Study
U-HIPS filament is a reliable, sturdy recycled material that’s functional for all levels of 3D printing. Millikan High School senior, Mart Mojica of Long Beach, CA designed and executed his first 3D prints using our U-HIPS filament with the support of CLP co-founder, Aldrin Lupisan.
The Spaghetti Detective Case Study
U-HIPS filament is a reliable, sturdy recycled material that makes a great alternative to regular filament for 3D printing. The Spaghetti Detective is an AI software that detects why your 3D print failed. When working with prints that take several hours, you want to use your time and material wisely and prevent plastic spaghetti instead of a finished 3D print. The team at Spaghetti Detective tested our U-HIPS nebula black filament for one of their 3D print projects.
Perpetual Use Plastics Case Study
U-HIPS filament is a reliable, sturdy recycled material that’s functional for various types of 3D printing projects. Perpetual Use Plastics founder, Bill Raymont designed, printed and tested hand planes using our U-HIPS filament.
Binary SLC Case Study
U-HIPS flake is a reliable, sturdy recycled material that makes a great alternative to post-industrial flake. The Binary SLC is a multi-material additive fabrication studio that produces sustainable products for the home and office. Founded by Matt Sutton who has over 10 years of experience in technology R&D, product development, and manufacturing, Binary SLC tested our post-consumer U-HIPS flake for one of their projects.