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3D printing solutions provider Maker3D and biobased materials company Brightplus have co-developed a new ecological BrightBio ® 3D printing material. These new bio and side-stream based filaments will be available in June 2021.
/ins Suomessa räjähdysmäisesti kasvava urheilulaji padel rantautuu nyt vauhdilla mm Hankoon, Kirkkonummelle ja Kotkaan. Tätä sosiaalista superlajia on pakko päästä kokeilemaan heti.
Suomen pääministeri Sanna Marin ja hänen intialainen kollegansa Narenda Modi kohtasivat maaliskuun puolivälissä virtuaalisessa huippukokouksessa. Oli erittäin kiinnostavaa havaita, miten hyvin yli miljardin asukkaan aasialaisvaltion ja pohjolan runsaan viisimiljoonaisen kansan vahvuudet ja intressit lopulta osuvat yhteen.
In collaboration with the four companies, a process has been developed to be the first in the world to produce compostable bioplastic from food and feed production by-products. A biopolymer plant is being built in the new city to pilot the production of bioplastics on an industrial scale.
ZEISS and Williams Racing announced a partnership with ZEISS becoming an Official Supplier of the team ahead of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Champi onship.
The forest industry’s PulPaper rescheduled to March next year and Virtual pre-PulPaper will be organised this spring on 29 April 2021. The online event, free for visitors, interestingly opens up the themes of next year’s event and offers four keynote speeches.
Metso Outotec is adding two new products to its Nordtrack TM mobile crushing and screening range. The Nordtrack S2.5 mobile screen is a small size, versatile scalping screen designed for small job sites and a variety of applications. With a compact and light-weight structure, a highly efficient two-deck screen, and a wide selection of different screening media, it is the perfect solution for construction contractors with frequent changes in site locations or simply as a rental unit.
Nestlé announced today that it will introduce bio-based lids and scoops made from sugar cane and its byproduct for a range of its nutrition products for infants and children.
Woodcast is a lightweight biodegradable material made from wood and biopolymers, originally developed to replace the plaster casts traditionally used in hospitals. The material, invented by the Finnish high-tech company Onbone, proved to be so versatile that it is now used in a wide array of usage areas, one of them being sports.
Metso Outotec to deliver two energy-efficient flash evaporation plants to NALCO’s alumina refinery in India