Cultivating an Environmental and Human Health Assessment Framework for Additive Manufacturing: A Journey from an Academic/Industry Partnership to a Consortia-Supported Model

NGC is hosting a Sustainable Materials Roundtable for Additive Manufacturing.   In this blog post, Justin Bours describes the process of developing the framework and modifying it via this peer review process.  Read more about Dr. Justin Bour's journey.

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Northwest Green Chemistry launches Sustainable Materials Roundtable for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

NGC has partnered with Autodesk, an open source software company, Washington Department of Ecology and the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute to develop a materials framework that will support current decision making and also provide the flexibility for the inevitable changes this technology will bring.

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Biofriendly Product Framework for Additive Manufacturing

Biofriendly Product Framework for Additive Manufacturing

NGC is initiating a structured peer review process and case study utilizing the Biofriendly Product Framework for additive manufacturing.  As a nascent, but burgeoning market for material production, now is the time to address issues of sustainability for this promising technology.   NGC will be initiating the kickoff meeting soon!  Learn more about the project and how to participate.

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