Adidas shoes made with recycled plastic and 3D printing methods
Adidas shoes made with recycled plastic and 3D printing methods
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Faculty member Jeremy Faludi is featured in a 3D Printing Industry article about the major impact 3D printing will have (and is already having) on the production of machining parts. In fact, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development predicts that 3D printing will replace a lot of traditional production methods.

Faludi, who is the founder of sustainable design strategy and educational consultancy business Faludi Design and has performed several studies on 3D printing's cost-effectiveness, eco-friendliness, and performance, weighs in on the topic.

"While widespread 3D printing would not automatically be an environmental benefit as practiced today, technologies already exist that, if brought from the industry's fringes to its status quo, could dramatically shift manufacturing towards more sustainable production." —Faludi

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