Łódź, 01.07.2021 r.
GREENFILL3D has signed an agreement with the Polish Academy of Science – Center of Molecular and Macromolecular Studies in Łódź, Poland, under which PAN scientists will support the company in research on the development of an innovative mixture of biodegradable polymers and wheat bran materials, in order to create a material for 3D printing in FDM / FFF technology (so-called filament).
The research project is part of the ScaleUp project conducted by Polska Przedsiębiorcza, in which GREENFILL3D is participating. The task of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the company is to jointly develop a material that will enable the 3D printing process of advertising applications produced for the MASPEX Group.
The material must meet the following conditions:
- must be fully biodegradable, i.e. none of its ingredients may be synthetic and difficult or impossible to decompose naturally
- the mixture must be completely original, i.e. its chemical composition cannot violate anyone’s intellectual rights
- filament produced in laboratory conditions must be able to be produced in industrial conditions, i.e. with full production scalability.
The research work will last several months, assuming that the production readiness will be achieved no later than in October 2021. The project will end in December 2021, after the end of the production cycle of the developed material in industrial conditions.