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Researchers Develop 3D Printable Lignin Composites to Replace Petroleum-Based Plastics

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by Hanna Watkin
Published Jul 9, 2018
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Researchers from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have come up with a patent-pending process for developing 3D printable lignin material, which is an environmentally friendly plant-based option that could someday replace petroleum-based plastic composites.