Sustainability Through the Years
Helping to shape our environment
Sustainable Approach To 3D Printing
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a production technique that typically uses a combination of plastic and metal powders. All 3D printing projects, from furniture to body parts, start with a graphic design that is then turned into a physical product. Despite the environmental drawbacks of 3D printing, such as excessive energy consumption and the production of toxic by-products,our companies are finding a balance between new technologies and environmentally friendly materials.As additive manufacturing (AM) becomes increasingly popular, more and more Chinese 3D printing companies are re-examining their production methods to find out how to use more sustainable materials while maintaining cost savings and efficiency. In response to environmental regulations, Wonder Tech has now set sustainability goals to guide their work: to maintain a circular economy and to reuse as many materials and products as possible. Ending the cycle of plastic waste and trash items ending up in landfills, oceans and incinerators.
Key Levers To Achieve Our Objectives
This commitment to environmentally friendly practices that reduce CO2 emissions by minimising the transport of materials leads to successful, viable solutions. Here are some of the ways Wonder Tech contributes to sustainable development.
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing technology, will continue to evolve and eventually join or replace traditional material processing tools. In the meantime, researchers are looking for more solutions to make 3D printing an economical and sustainable process. As material production methods are shifting to reduce, reuse and recycle, companies can comply with environmental regulations and offer high-quality, environmentally friendly products.