I saw a project where someone was melting down milk-jugs and used the plastic to make a hammer.
I also own a 3D Printer that uses filament.
I'm curious if we could design something to melt down recyclable plastics in the home to use with low-resolution 3D Printing.
I don't think that we need or want to turn milk jugs into filament, so I'm curious if we can combine this with a chocolate printer someone made where the chocolate is kept in syringes.
This way, the milk jugs would get melted in a vat, transferred to a heated syringe, and then forced through a nozzle (which itself is on a 3D Rig).
Enjoy this project?