About this webinar
A renewed focus on climate change and the impacts petrochemical plastics have on the environment has many individuals and companies considering how they can incorporate more sustainable practices into their efforts. The additive manufacturing industry has long been a leader in how technology can fit into a progression toward a more sustainable production. In this webinar, we will dig into the sustainability attributes behind the materials often used in fused filament fabrication (FFF) processes that have an environmental impact. We'll also talk about how 3D prints fit within common waste scenarios as well as new sustainability frameworks like the circular economy.
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Dan has worked in a variety of roles at NatureWorks since 1995 ranging from manufacturing and QA, to applications, product development, and TS&D, including 3 years based in Japan. In the last 15 years, Dan has held commercial and leadership roles with a current focus on 3D business development.
With 20 years in the polymer industry, Deepak's experience ranges from process chemistry to fundamental R&D on polylactide (PLA). He is currently the technical lead for 3D printing, and also supports the films segment at NatureWorks
NatureWorks is a biotechnology company using plants to turn greenhouse gasses like CO2, into the biopolymer we call Ingeo.
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