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Recycle Your tassimo capsules
This is a container for your used tassimo capsules. I figured out that instead og colecting them sending them for reused elseware, it was smarter to clean them chop them up and extrude them my self. This bin is for storing them until reextrution.
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Send them to support rainforest alliance OR
Extrud into something like another tassimo bin.
Note: When reusing plastic like this you might encounter that it can't conect to the previous layer.
If you reuse it several times it gets worse. SÃ¥ always mix new capsules with old former reused to keep your prints awesome.
NEWS:Added A lid to keep the Keep it nice.
The Lady is made out of tassimo ;-) Weird !!!! Maby i should offer her a cup of coffe.
The re extrution are made with a engel industrial glue gun witch normal use glue in bloks. In goes the clean screded t pods out comes 1.75 +-0.05 mm filement ;-) Workes with anything that melts between 150-280 degrees C
NEWS 23 Nov. 2012... The ideer just went to the final in the terra cycle contest. see the finalist here http://www.terracycle.dk/da/stemmeside
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