INGEO PLA FILAMENT IN 3D PRINTING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Product Details

INGEO…

FEEDSTOCKS

  • Ingeo is made from dextrose (sugar) that is derived from field corn already grown for many industrial & functional end-uses.  In North America, corn has been used first because it is the most economically feasible source of plant starches.
  • We use less than 1/20th of 1% (0.05%) of the annual global corn crop today, so there’s little to no impact on food prices or supply (1).
  • The process does not require corn, we only need a sugar source.  This could include sugar beets, sugar cane, wheat and more.

For more information click here

Renewing Ingeo: End-of-Life-Options

Check out the new Ingeo 3D supplier guide that directs you to our global partners who make some of the best filament around.

Contributed by: Jasmine So

 

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