First ever 3D printed coffee station made from waste
Swedish coffee group Löfbergs is collaborating with 3D print entrepreneur Sculptur to transform coffee production waste into brand new coffee stations. The collaboration is part of the Circular Coffee Community and the pursuit of the group’s ambition of zero coffee waste by 2030. The World’s first 3D printed waste-based coffee station is already in operation and more are underway. Read more.
The first product from Sculptur was the REFORM chair. It catches the eye with a curved design that the ABB Robot can print in less than two hours. The design allows us to print with only 8mm thickness, keeping the weight low and making it both flexible and durable. Like many of our furniture projects, we have use all kind of materials: biocomposites, recycled ABS or plastic from old fishing nets.
3D Printed Face Shields
During the Corona crisis, the demand for protective equipment was high so we made a conveyer belt, making it possible to print almost at 1000 pieces a day!
This project is a good example of what can be done with the technology, going from an idea to 24/7 mass production in 3 days! It´s almost impossible to achive with other technologies.
Recyclable booth with Stora Enso
With the belief that linear supply chain, material waste and long lead times must end, Sculptur has designed an entire booth using wood composite DuraSense from Stora Enso. The booth is 100% recyclable using ordinary shredding technique, and possible to print numerous times as a new booth or furniture.
Print the future
We believe that the environmental demands from city inhabitants will increase in the future; recycled materials for house construction, sustainable design, and circular production. Print The Future is a world-unique event with the aim of increasing the living standard in cities, connect companies, inhabitants and the public environment. The event combines 3D technology and innovations with sustainability and brings that to the cities for everyone to experience.