RePET Compact - PET bottle filament maker

RePET Compact contains everythibg for filament making and welding. You can get up to 19 meters of filament from 5L PET bottle!

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erickwill wrote 11/28/2022 at 20:20 point

Looks amazing! Looking forward to see/get the build files. Thanks for sharing. 

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NetzPrinz wrote 10/26/2022 at 05:36 point

Wow that's so nice 👍. Will share your build files?

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ivandevel wrote 08/25/2022 at 19:07 point

Hello! The RePet project is a kind of a bottle Re-(cycling) philosophy. So, if you printing a lot, and if you want to have an (super)ability to have a free filament everywhere - you should get a RePet. The aim of a project is to make a PET bottle recycling much easier than you can imagine! Pultrusion is much more energy efficient than extrusion, which requires complete melting of the material. Pullstrusion uses electricity only to convert the tape into a 1.75 mm tube that can be used as a 3D printer's filament.  I'm currently in the process of some research into the limits of the maximum plastic recycling speed. As you can see, I didn't come up with anything new with my project. There is a lot of inventors of pullstruders im Internet. Pullstrusion technology was known at least 4-5 Jahr before my device is introduced to market. I just came up with an ideal compact and convenient device (all-in-one) that combines everything you need (bottle stripping, pullstruding, fila-welding), so you can plug RePet in a 12V supply (everywhere - in a car, or at home) and start getting a free PET filament from a bottles directly today and save our planet from extra plastic stuff - it's easy!

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Dmytro wrote 08/25/2022 at 09:48 point

That's very impressive! Will you be sharing the build files?

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