Can 3D Printing Go Green?San Francisco - 2 May to 4 May
The Ethics and Sustainability of 3D Printing
BioApply
BioApplyFounded in 2006CTI Certified CompanyBioApply develops biobased productsMarket leader in Switzerland
Products range
ProductsCompostable/biobasedretailInnovativepackagingCompostMakerCateringBioWasteCompounds
Technologies
Single use products Multi use products
Vegetal originAdapted to singleuse productsCompostable andbiodegradable
Vegetal originAdapted tomultiple usageproductsAdapted forincineration
How to combine Ethicsand Sustainability in 3DPrinting ?
Facts
Little availability of truly sustainable materials
14Lack of tracability
Globalized production...
16PE?HDPE?PLA?PVC?LDPE?
Solutions
Develop new biopolymers
Leather Compound Grade n°5
Use certified materials...
Increase tracability......on final product
CommunicationBuzzWebsiteStreet MarketingProductinfo
23That’s why we want to rethink...
24The CompostMaker
Price: ≈ 3-4 CHFColour: GreenMaterial: PE25The CompostMakerOur actual productBioApply is currently selling a classic Compo...
26To resumePE BioplasticOld fashioned OriginalNon sustainable SustainableFunction +++ FunctionsMould 3D PrintingStandardiz...
Thank youwww.twitter.com/BioApply www.facebook.com/BioApplyBioApply.com
ContactFrederic Mauch  (US) : f.mauch@bioapply.comCEO  Michel Pikhanov  (CH) : m.pikhanov@bioapply.comSalesKarl Bayer  (CH...
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  1. 1. Can 3D Printing Go Green?San Francisco - 2 May to 4 May
  2. 2. The Ethics and Sustainability of 3D Printing
  3. 3. BioApply
  4. 4. BioApplyFounded in 2006CTI Certified CompanyBioApply develops biobased productsMarket leader in Switzerland
  5. 5. Products range
  6. 6. ProductsCompostable/biobasedretailInnovativepackagingCompostMakerCateringBioWasteCompounds
  7. 7. Technologies
  8. 8. Single use products Multi use products
  9. 9. Vegetal originAdapted to singleuse productsCompostable andbiodegradable
  10. 10. Vegetal originAdapted tomultiple usageproductsAdapted forincineration
  11. 11. How to combine Ethicsand Sustainability in 3DPrinting ?
  12. 12. Facts
  13. 13. Little availability of truly sustainable materials
  14. 14. 14Lack of tracability
  15. 15. Globalized production...
  16. 16. 16PE?HDPE?PLA?PVC?LDPE?
  17. 17. Solutions
  18. 18. Develop new biopolymers
  19. 19. Leather Compound Grade n°5
  20. 20. Use certified materials...
  21. 21. Increase tracability......on final product
  22. 22. CommunicationBuzzWebsiteStreet MarketingProductinfo
  23. 23. 23That’s why we want to rethink...
  24. 24. 24The CompostMaker
  25. 25. Price: ≈ 3-4 CHFColour: GreenMaterial: PE25The CompostMakerOur actual productBioApply is currently selling a classic CompostMaker.
  26. 26. 26To resumePE BioplasticOld fashioned OriginalNon sustainable SustainableFunction +++ FunctionsMould 3D PrintingStandardized CustomizedActual products BioApply next gen. product
  27. 27. Thank youwww.twitter.com/BioApply www.facebook.com/BioApplyBioApply.com
  28. 28. ContactFrederic Mauch  (US) : f.mauch@bioapply.comCEO  Michel Pikhanov  (CH) : m.pikhanov@bioapply.comSalesKarl Bayer  (CH) : k.bayer@bioapply.comMaterialsLaurent Nardini (CH) : l.nardini@bioapply.comSupply ChainFlorian Barbato (CH) : f.barbato@bioapply.comBusiness Development
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